Thursday, 22 September 2011

Vintage Tesco at Goodwood

Last weekend, Goodwood took a step back in time for its unique Goodwood Revival festival, celebrating the halcyon days of motor racing. The festival is widely popular, guests arrive dresses in period fashion, egre to be part of the spectacle ad glamour that is celebrated from the pre 1966 era. 

This year, Tesco created a pop up store, using not only the old external branding but it was also packed full of vintage supermarket products. Greg Bullen was behind the design of the store. He commented, 'We poured over archive material, analysing the look and feel of the 1960s stores before designing this unique retro store.'

Source: tasteologie

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