a clear depiction of the mark an applicant seeks to register. Also called “mark drawing” and “representation of a mark.” Every application must include a drawing of the mark, either in standard characters (all-text mark with no particular font style, size, or color) or in special form (mark includes stylization, design, graphics, logos, and/or color). The USPTO uses the drawing to file the applicant’s mark in the USPTO search records, to print marks in the Trademark Official Gazette (TMOG), and to print on registration certificates. For more information about special form drawings, see TMEP §807.04.