10 Slick Poolside Logos

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Speedo
Cayman Pool and Spa
Poolmaster
Finis
Aqua Leisure
Coppertone
Kiefer
Maui Jim
Interfab
Swimways

One of the best features of summer is the all American pool party and barbecue. Who can resist the temptation of a cool dip in the pool on a hot summer day, followed by the deliciously tantalizing scent of burgers and dogs on the grill wafting over? I, for one, cannot. And while I love everything about a good pool party, I’ve never really taken the time to notice what brands are prevalent at such gatherings. This summer, take notice of how different brands use visuals to promote their use at pool parties and other events. Chances are, you’ll notice many of the same logos at different parties. See if you can spot these gems; each logo representative of excellent graphic design and branding. Without further ado, here are 10 slick poolside logos to watch for this summer.

 

Interfab Visit website»

Maker of swimming pool slides, rails and diving boards: If you go to a pool party, you’ll probably see the Interfab logo if you look at the pool features. I like how the logo design looks corporate, yet even makes the “incorporated” text look fun.

 

Swimways Visit website»

This company makes floating pool loungers and other pool accessories, represented perfectly by its wave logo type.

 

Poolmaster Visit website»

A pool accessory company, the logo is simple, fresh, modern and clean – just like we want our pools to be.

 

Kiefer Visit website»

Kiefer offers competitive swimwear and swimming accessories you’ll find at upscale pool parties.

 

Speedo Visit website»

Speedo needs no introduction; in fact, we’d rather not be introduced to our neighbor’s Speedos. Still, the iconic brand has an awesome, unforgettable logo.

 

Finis Visit website»

This sleek logo is perfect for Finis, a swim gadget and custom swimwear studio.

 

Aqua Leisure Visit website»

Aqua Leisure sells pool toys and other accessories, and their logo lends a carefree, laid back and – most importantly – fun style that perfectly represents its brand.

 

Maui Jim Visit website»

If you’re poolside in the summer heat, you’ll almost certainly see a pair or two of Maui Jim sunglasses.

 

Coppertone Visit website»

Another iconic poolside logo, this time for sunscreen.

 

Cayman Pool and Spa Visit website»

Not a national brand, but I still love this North Carolina-based pool management company’s logo.

 

 

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Brian Morris writes for the PsPrint Design & Printing Blog. PsPrint is an online commercial printing company. Follow PsPrint on Twitter @PsPrint and Facebook.

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