Who knew there were so many holidays in the month of August? August is National Water Quality Month. Although this holiday month might not be a reason to keep the kids home from school, it does draw attention to a commonly used image in our everyday advertisement efforts: water. Advertisements for cars, healthy eating, green living, outdoor activities, amusement parks, plumbing, beverages, etc., all frequently use images of water. That’s why it is also a common image used in logo creation. Your next client might have something to do with the water industry or might just have the idea to use a water theme in their business name or branding. You can beat them to the punch with inspiration for great ideas from these five refreshing water logos. logopunk bartodell gerasidi forby zakasz
5 Refreshing Water Logos
August 16, 2010
January 07, 2016 03:21 am
Comments from Old School:
Bits 'n Bath -- Nice logo and good font, but bad word spacing. And why two apostrophes?
Rainmaking -- Nice but too much fading on top.
AquaAera -- OK, but couldn't use the "e's" counter for the drop some how?
Sequana -- Pretty but sure depends on a lot of gradation? How's it look on a B&W ad?
Hydro - Pol -- Water wave 'cross bar' is strong enough. Would be a lot cleaner without the water pipe flow.
Valerie January 07, 2016 03:21 am
Thanks for the comments Old School, I really appreciate it!
I would love to feature you and your logos for a post in the future, can you send me your website information?
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