New Love Popcorn look references “great design and high-end fashion”

Robot Food has created the branding and packaging for Love Popcorn, aiming for a look that “shouts loud and proud”.

Love Popcorn range
Love Popcorn range

The brand initially launched in 2008, and brought in Robot Food for the redesign project to create a new look that stood out in an increasingly crowded popcorn marketplace.

The designs use a black diamond device and bright colours, aiming to differentiate the brand from other popcorn ranges that “are characterised by genteel visual identities and pale colour palettes”, says Robot Food creative director Simon Forster.

He adds: “The confident colour palette shouts loud and proud about the deliciousness, and the black diamond lock-up device acts as a bold stamp of quality.”

Love Popcorn Fiery Salsa
Love Popcorn Fiery Salsa

Packs show real food photography that aims to emphasies Love Popcorn’s natural ingredients, with individual pieces of popcorn scattered across the front of the bag to form a stripe device. The consultancy says this references “great design and high-end fashion.”

The Love Popcorn range includes Sweet Vanilla, Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper, Cocoa Crisp and Fiery Salsa varieties.

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  • Gaston Ramirez November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    So they wanted to ‘create a new look that stood out in a crowded popcorn marketplace’ and ended up making it look like Jacobs Crackers?

  • Claudette Munroe December 16, 2014 at 12:12 am

    High end fashion? This is the worst ‘post rationalised’ write up i’ve ever seen. All a bit average.

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