Is there any standard for how an artist can indicate that a signature, copyright, trademark, logo, etc., is intended to be taken as part of a piece of art, and not as a genuine expression of authenticity?
For example, suppose an arbitrary individual is making custom Hallmark card designs, not for commercial use, but just to post online, and wants to include the Hallmark logo to make them look more realistic. Is there a short symbol or string of letters they can mark the logo with to distinguish the custom cards from authentic Hallmark cards, analogous to how sic is used within a quotation to convey some higher-level meaning about the accuracy of the quotation, but is understood not to be part of the quotation itself?
Similarly for an arbitrary individual using a famous artist's signature in a painting made in their style, art which includes copyright information printed on it (custom Yu-Gi-Oh! cards), etc.?