I guess you can. As far as i know there is no rule against it.
OZ and BB are pretty much right...in a way.Flash said:Firstly, stop arguing about something that you aren't clued up about. Secondly, I was merely pointing out that it's not BB's place to tell people that they can use anyone's work wherever they want, because it's not. Your aggression is misplaced and unwelcome, your argument as watertight as a collander.
Don't make me laugh. Your post illustrates the fact that it is you who lacks any kind of authority on this subject. You don't need a document or a patent for something to be copyrighted, it just aids the proving of ownership.BabyBoy said:Flash, stfu. You know nothing. Unless something is patented, has a copyright notice on-hand, or is just, IT IS NOT F*CKING COPYRIGHTED! A banner made and put out without any notice is free to be used ANYWHERE!