4 Popular Public Domain Intellectual Properties

Popular Public Domain Intellectual Properties Your Brand Can Use

Whether a food brand or a cleaning product company, you can use public domain intellectual properties to boost your brand. Famous cereal Count Chocula uses a public domain character like Dracula. If General Mills can do it, you can too. Let's learn about four such IPs.

Bram Stoker's Dracula

Dracula is a timeless public-domain classic. From Poundland stores in the UK to the Whitby Gothic Weekend in the US, everyone uses it. You can create your own vampire stories using this IP.

King Arthur

The tales of King Arthur are a public domain IP. Like the King Arthur Baking Company, you can create products or services featuring King Arthur and his stories. It's a great way to promote your brand.

Sherlock Holmes

Fashion Pipes already uses this detective legend and his famed friend Dr Watson in their product design. You can use this public domain IP to create your products or marketing campaigns.

Peter Pan

This classic Disney film character still has a huge fan following, especially among kids. If that's your target audience, you can use it on mugs, toys, signs, vinyl decors, jewelry, and more.

Why Use Public Domain IPs

For one, public domain works often have a huge fan following. Second, they can save you time and money. And with a bit of creativity, you can tap into an audience ripe for the taking.

Talk to an Intellectual Property lawyer

Always talk to an Intellectual Property lawyer first. Although using public domain works, you might still face legal obstacles. A seasoned IP lawyer can help you overcome these challenges.

Need Legal Help?

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