BART Says Don’t Make Cute Shirts About Us

BART busted out its trademark lawyers and told a local t-shirt maker that he can’t make shirts and onesies featuring a modified version of a BART ticket any more. The t-shirt maker happens to be Nate Tan, who creates Muni Diaries’ shirts.

You might remember that back in 2009, New York’s Metropolitan Transit Agency used similar reasoning to shut down a local t-shirt maker for using the letter logo of Muni’s metro trains.

SFWeekly.

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