Our job was to redesign a well loved ice cream brand without losing its heart. We knew that provenance, tradition and craft don’t have to be old fashioned. So we gave NZ’s oldest ice cream maker a modern rustic makeover. Inspired by the ‘fruit for sale’ signs of Hawke’s Bay orchards – where Rush Munro’s is still made – we centred on its truth. Ice cream made the traditional way. The product is still the same finely crafted, creamy goodness. But now it had a brand to match. For example, the redesigned rose logo’s entwined hearts reflect the ice cream makers’ care and attention to detail. In fact, it’s subtle details like this that make the solution every bit as delicious as the product.
Results: Biggest sales in their history since relaunch, and all of that during the middle of winter. Acceptance into both Foodstuffs South Island and Progressive Supermarkets after years of trying.
For more details check out the article on NBR—Rebrand opens Foodstuffs' freezers