North Fork Water Corp.

Design Contest was easy to use and easy to communicate with the designers. The designers were all great and extremely helpful with the changes we wanted and getting us what we were looking for. We would definitely use this site again for future contests.

$275 paid

46 custom designs

14 pre-qualified designers.

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Winning design #51 by afm, Logo Design for North Fork Water Corp. Contest
Gold Medal

designed by afm

Project description

We are a bottled water company that has evolved into a distributor of many popular beverages (soda,coffee, juice, beer, etc). We also do water filtration. We service Eastern Long Island which consists of both forks on the east end (North Fork and The Hamptons) We have been in business since 1985. Check out our website @ NorthForkWater.com

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  • Hello. I have submitted design #11. I created a banner using a water drop. Please let me know if you would like to see any variations. Thank you.
  • About #8 & #9: I kept with the green theme on these designs. And I also change the design to more of a bottle cap look. I hope you like it and if you would like to see anything changed just let me know. Thanks, Squewheet
  • on the right track, maybe to much green, words blend with bottle and maybe a little more detail on bottle would be cool, we also like blue as a color
  • this one looks real good anyway you can make the circle look more like a bottle cap and have our name as North Fork Water Corp.
  • afm
    Hi, I have made ​​some color changes ,using a darker green, and I've also changed the position of "beverages" and "Long Island",let me know if you need any other changes,thanks.
  • ALSO CAN YOU MOVE BEVERAGES TO BOTTOM AND LONG ISLAND ON TOP MAYBE
  • WE LIKE THIS ONE BUT WE THINK THE GREEN IS TO LIMEY, CAN YOU TRY A DARKER GREEN ?
  • clipart is not allowed the art used is found here http://www.hdwallpaperspics.com/water-drop-pictures.html http://www.designcontest.com/logo-design/north-fork-water-corp/entry/23
  • clipst is not allowed in logo contest the art used is found here http://cdn.hdwallpaperspics.com/uploads/2012/12/water-droplet-icon1.jpg http://www.designcontest.com/logo-design/north-fork-water-corp/entry/24
  • We would like to get Beverage Distribution & Filtration in there some how without being to wordy and Long Island on top. What color t-shirt would you use with this logo? Also would we also be able to see this design with the ridges as well? (we like the color and the Est banner so you don't have to change that) thank you
  • About #33: I have took the first design I done and added some color to it and then also add a few extra stuff. I added a old style cap shape to the circle. Then I added some minor lines to the "est. 1985 & Long Island, NY" to give it a exta little style. Then I added some soft gray lines in the main banner to make it stand out a bit. Then I changed your name to the "North Fork Water Corp." Like you asked. I hope you like the changes and if you would like to see any thing else just let me know. Thanks, Squewheet
  • About #38 hope you like it and it was fun to made the changes.
  • THANK YOU ... SORRY TO BE A PAIN, WE REALLY APPRECIATE IT! GOOD WORK!
  • I HAVE MADE THE FIRST CHANGES AND I AM GOING TO WORK ON THE NEXT WHIT THE BEATCH BACKGROUND
  • Sorry to drive you crazy, but I think we are close (we really like this) we like the banner and the font can you make the banner wood grain with a beach-like scene in the background (a kind of nautical theme?) - Please take out the Eastern and just leave Long Island & Take out (soda, coffee, juice beer) and replace with Beverages & Filtration - Feel free to change the color scheme to match the beach scene
  • afm
    Hello, about #34, I have submitted the required changes. I've been testing combinations,and in addition to white, black and gray, I think the logo would work well with some shades and varieties of green and blue, I show some, so you can get an idea.
  • also can you take the ridges out on the outer and inner circles
  • can you make the beach scene more like a long island beach (no palm trees)