Drawing Page of Trademark Application Law and Legal Definition
Every application must include a clear drawing of the mark the applicant wants to register. A separate drawing page should be present with every application even if the mark is to be registered strictly as text. In the case of lingual or text marks, the mark should be typed IN ALL CAPS. The trademark office has an elaborate set of very rigid regulations for submitting the drawing page, including codes for coloring, and a size limitation of 4” x 4”. The drawing is used to file the mark in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) search records and to print the mark in the Official Gazette and on the registration certificate.