Sunday, October 25, 2009

Lifestream Watersystems

Even though I have been designing for seven years, not once had I tinkered with the logo or identity of my parents company, Lifestream Watersystems. They work in one of the more noble and pertinent industries out there, reverse osmosis equipment engineering and production, or, more simply put, machines that turn saltwater into drinking water. This equipment becomes ever more important to embrace as our increasingly populated and thirsty world swallows up valuable freshwater reserves, endangering alpine and lake shore habitats.

I stayed within the shape of the droplet they had been using for years, and elaborated and modified the interior until we reached an appealing solution.

posted by Blake Kimmel @ 4:58 PM |


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At January 2, 2010 9:57 PM , Blogger Sam said...

Nice Blakey! It turned out looking quite nice.


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