If you're asking yourself whether you need a copyright for your logo, the answer is most likely yes. A logo is considered a work of art, and as such, is automatically copyrighted the moment it is created. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule. If your logo is extremely simple, it may not be considered copyrightable. For example, a logo that consists of a simple shape or a single word may not be protected by copyright law. Additionally, if you use an existing copyrighted image or symbol in your logo, you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holder in order to use it legally.