Bombay Sapphire Created a Grocery Store That's Also a Vibrant Pop Art Installation

AMV BBDO had 10 artists take over London's Design Museum

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LONDON—Artists have a knack for seeing the extraordinary in the mundane, and what better subject to transform than the grocery store, a place most of us visit every week?

In collaboration with London’s Design Museum, Bacardi-owned gin brand Bombay Sapphire commissioned 10 emerging artists to reimagine the humble store as a canvas for creativity.

The installation, titled “Supermarket,” launches today in Kensington in west central London, and will be open to members of the public until April 25, in line with England’s coronavirus restrictions.



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