The Häagen-Dazs ice cream brand has unveiled an updated design of its packaging featuring modified typography and new ingredient photos.
Chase Design Group was tapped for the revamp, which called for refinement of the brand’s signature cartouche logo while retaining the prominent use of white and accents of gold and burgundy.
“We wanted to be sure that the typography also represented modern luxury, so we created a custom font named ‘Dazs’ that retains the classic vibe, but with a modern flair, and paired it with a hand-lettered script,” said Jon Arriaza, senior design director, Chase Design Group.
Additionally, the carton incorporates new ingredient photography, and an expanded color palette was used to refresh the background tapestry.
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