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Lejonet & Björnen

Updated on January 29th, 2010  |  
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Lejonet & Björnen ice cream

Designed by Motherland | Country: Sweden

“Swedish brand Lejonet & Björnen has been producing premium ice cream since 1977. In 2009, Lejonet & Björnen’s new owners developed the brand further, among other things focusing more on being environmentally friendly and locally produced. In connection with this, the decision was made to recharge the brand to reflect this change.

The challenge with this rebranding was to keep as much as possible of the existing brand identity, and at the same time deliver a new, familiar but refined, brand experience. Tradition and heritage, paired with modernity and fresh thinking. The visual identity builds on and updates the heraldic theme of the brand’s old logotype, and combines this with modern colours and typography.”


Lejonet & Björnen ice cream

Lejonet & Björnen ice cream

Lejonet & Björnen ice cream

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Lejonet & Björnen ice cream

Designed by Motherland | Country: Sweden

“Swedish brand Lejonet & Björnen has been producing premium ice cream since 1977. In 2009, Lejonet & Björnen’s new owners developed the brand further, among other things focusing more on being environmentally friendly and locally produced. In connection with this, the decision was made to recharge the brand to reflect this change.

The challenge with this rebranding was to keep as much as possible of the existing brand identity, and at the same time deliver a new, familiar but refined, brand experience. Tradition and heritage, paired with modernity and fresh thinking. The visual identity builds on and updates the heraldic theme of the brand’s old logotype, and combines this with modern colours and typography.”


Lejonet & Björnen ice cream

Lejonet & Björnen ice cream

Lejonet & Björnen ice cream

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