Thursday, July 18, 2013

New logo: Candyland


Some sweet fun today in the form of Candyland, a new umbrella brand for candy from British confectionery maker Tangerine. This completely new brand was developed by BrandOpus based on a theme of "embracing nonsense". Candyland will unite a diverse portfolio of classic brands like Wham Bars, Dip Dab and Refreshers, some of which are currently sold under the Barratt brand.

The packaging portrays Candyland as a whimsical place divided into different territories. The stylistically consistent packaging is further unified by the logo, a quirky airship.

Candyland launched through some channels in July 1 and will be launched in full in August.

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From a press release:
"Working with the key theme of “embracing nonsense”, BrandOpus has created the concept of Candyland, a magical world where all sweets come from in the form of brand identity, packaging and point of sale materials

BrandOpus’ aim was to create a new masterbrand, meaning the logo will sit across all packaging to unify the diverse confectionery portfolio, which was disparate following many years of acquisitions.

The agency was mindful of the equities and positive memories of some of the well-loved products in the portfolio, such as Dip Dab and Refreshers, so one of the biggest challenges of the move to a single portfolio was to integrate the existing products brands into a new masterbrand in a way that adds value.

The Candyland identity has been developed with a quirky airship at the centre of the brand identity. The consistent use of the single Candyland brand mark allowed the agency to create a clear segmentation of ranges across the portfolio numbering over 75 products, making it easier for the consumer to navigate. Candyland is divided into different ‘territories’ each reflective of the consumer’s distinction between confectionery types. Each territory has a distinct graphic style and clear tone of voice, to further reflect the different personalities in this fantasy world.

Nir Wegrzyn, CEO at BrandOpus explains, “The new identity allows the brand to be immediately recognisible, contributing a positive halo effect of the brand values across the entire portfolio which encourages consumer cross purchase. Candyland affords strong brand standout and ease of navigation for the consumer at point of retail.”
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Brandopus press (archive)
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