Another on of my role play Tesco, complete with authentic Tesco signage!

Another on of my role play Tesco, complete with authentic Tesco signage! Could take the class on a trip to the supermarket - what could we use for our supermarket? Are our prices realistic?

The old Hoover building, London . I used to go past this building every day on the way to work. It is now a telco supermarket!! The frontage is protected and has to be maintained. It really is a beautiful building...#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Wallis, Gilbert and Partners' Hoover Building "London (photo by Mike Reidy) Oves perfect for emerald castle front

E-business application: E-commerce E-commerce model: B2C A striking e-commerce or e-marketing feature: Logo, tesco free food list

E-business application: E-commerce E-commerce model: B2C A striking e-commerce or e-marketing feature: Logo, tesco free food list

KIRSTY WHITLOCK  I like kirsty Whitlock's work as she uses free machine embroidery to draw and adorn a surface. She uses recycled materials like in this piece she has used a tesco bag and a newspaper to create a  piece. These slogans are embroidered onto the bag and are comments about society today. I love political art as I feel it has purpose and is another way of people speaking their views. There is also layers thread sewn and left hanging to create more texture and distress the piece.

KIRSTY WHITLOCK she uses free machine embroidery to draw and adorn a surface and uses recycled materials. These slogans are embroidered onto the bag and are comments about society today.

Kate Middleton Photos: Kate Middleton at Tesco Supermarket

Kate Middleton Photos Photos: Kate Middleton at Tesco Supermarket

Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, shops at a Tesco Supermarket in North Wales near to the RAF base where her husband Prince William works as a Search and Rescue helicopter pilot, August

Total, Joy Division & New Order (Rhino, 2011). “I realised this was a record that would be sold in supermarkets and advertised on television. So the cover has a ‘pile it high, sell it cheap’ aesthetic. As you open it out, it says ‘Total’, but folded up you just see the ‘O’s. It says, ‘From Joy Division to New Order’. I couldn’t bear the words ‘Best of’. It’s a long way from the independent record shop to Tesco, almost 33 years.”

Peter Saville on his classic Joy Division and New Order artwork

New Order & Joy Division "Total" Cd cover. Designed by Howard Wakefield

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