Fire Diamonds Logo Design Contest

Fire Diamonds has selected their winning logo design.

For $250 they received 293 designs from 40 different designers from around the world.
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benhakman
United States

What We Do

FireDimonds is a brand that represents the most finely cut & brilliant diamonds in world

Industry

Manufacturing & Wholesale

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - that fire diamonds if a diamond brand
#2 - that the "Fire" in fire diamonds represents ultimate brilliance
#3 - Brand of the most finely cut & brilliant diamonds in world

Our Target Audience:

Diamond Retail Customers
All ages
Men or Women
US & Asia

Color Preferences

anything that ill blad with my website
http://www.firediamonds.com/test/

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

http://www.firediamonds.com/test/
link to my wesite it has a temperary logo

Themes

Colorful
Bright
Modern
Refined
Exotic
Elegant
Loud

Style

Wordmark

Stylized type that may include small abstract or pictorial elements.
Pictorial Mark

Literal or representative imagery is used to symbolize the brand.
Abstract Mark

Abstract shapes and symbols convey an idea or feeling.
Letterform Mark

A monogram usually consisting of 1-3 letters.
Emblem

A badge that usually envelopes the logo
Character

A mascot represents the brand.
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Applications

Web
Print
Signs
Television

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Discussion

Discussion

benhakman
United States
#3 is catching the essence but it’s to similar to the one I using now it has to be different
13 years ago
benhakman
United States
#9 is the closest so far in bringng the assence of a diamond & fire the diamond is to large
its still missing somthing
13 years ago
benhakman
United States
#13 the black backround will not work with the site's design, mabye light blue backound
13 years ago
Online Design, Inc.
United States
If I can weigh in on the conversation, this isn't about the "diamond", this is about its brilliance and precision cut. Check out the "Hearts on Fire" for starters. You need to study the gem and jewelry industry on this one.

The fact that the client is using an AGS certificate versus any other is a key element as well. The American Gemological Society (AGS) is the only one that grades the "cut" with any kind of authority.

You should all take notice of the USES of this logo... Web, Print, Billboards & Signs, Television
13 years ago
benhakman
United States
#13 could you try it with a blue backround please
13 years ago
cranberryblue
United States
Hi Ben,
Will you be using the current website or are you redesigning that as well?
Also what shade of blue on the background of logo?

Melissa
www.cranberryblue.com
13 years ago
Tyler
Canada

LogoTournament Staff
I've removed the Logo Court cases after some discussion with the CH.

The name is fire diamonds, I'm sorry but the first thing that comes to mind is a diamond with a flame. The only similarity other than that was maybe the font (Trajan?) but public fonts can't be claimed as unique.

13 years ago
benhakman
United States
the site will go trough renovations this week once logo is selected
the colors would not change
13 years ago
Whipsnade
Indonesia
congratulation to inedeljov, great works
and the CH too, great response...
thanks
13 years ago