The district court correctly granted summary judgment to plaintiff on its copyright infringement claims arising from defendants’ copying its copyrighted fabric designs. To be copyrightable, a work must be original, that is not copied. But unlike a patent, a copyright does not require that the original work be unlike prior art. Here, plaintiff’s floral fabric coloring design was independently created, and that sufficed even if many other copyrighted designs were similar to it in various ways. Defendants copied the design and did not alter it sufficiently to avoid infringing the copyright. All defendants, from designers, through manufacturers to retailers, were jointly and severally liable for the infringement of plaintiff’s copyright. However, plaintiff could recover only one award of statutory damages ($150,900) from all defendants, not one statutory damage award against each defendant.