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    This was a my response to the Roses Student 2013 competition to rebrand Harry Ramden's fish and chip restaurant. Harry Ramsden's is a British fi… Read More
    This was a my response to the Roses Student 2013 competition to rebrand Harry Ramden's fish and chip restaurant. Harry Ramsden's is a British fish and chip restaurant that started in a small wooden hut in Yorkshire, 1928. Chips are a staple food/ product sold within the restaurant because customers either order them separately or they are served within a meal. As most cases the customer will be eating chips, the text of ‘Dig into British potatoes’ will be relevant to the situation. Read Less
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2nd Year Student project:
Harry Ramsden's is a British fish and chip restaurant that started in a small wooden hut in Yorkshire, 1928. I wanted to show the strong quirky origin of the brand.
Chips are a staple food/ product sold within the restaurant because customers either order them separately or they are served within a meal. As most cases the customer will be eating chips, the text of ‘Dig into British potatoes’ will be relevant to the situation.

BRIEF: To re-brand Harry Ramsden's fish & chip restaurant
RESPONSE: Harry Ramsden's is a British fish and chip restaurant that started in a small wooden hut in Yorkshire, 1928. I wanted to show the strong quirky origin of the brand.
Chips are a staple food/ product sold within the restaurant because customers either order them separately or they are served within a meal. As most cases the customer will be eating chips, the text of ‘Dig into British potatoes’ will be relevant to the situation.
Chip pitchfork to be given with takeaway meals/ portion of chips.
 
Portion of chips served in ceramic plant pot crockery in the restaurant
Takeaway box with slot to fit pitch- chipfork
Cutlery set, restaurant cutlery would be made out of stainless steel
Chips are a staple food/ product sold within the restaurant because customers either order them
separately or they are served within a meal. As most cases the customer will be eating chips, the text of
‘Dig into British potatoes’ will be relevant to the situation.


RESTAURANT ITEMS: (Left to right) Potato sack textured bean bags, Salt & pepper watering cans, White ceramic gloss finish plant pot for chip portions, Shed panel table, Logo ribbon on crockery, White ceramic gloss finish plate for meals, Shelf display interior and Seed packet sauces.