Creative Work of the Week: Tesco takes cues from classic albums as vinyl returns to stores

Tesco’s nod to famous album iconography has won over The Drum readers to scoop this week’s Creative Work of the Week prize.

The print campaign, led by BBH London, comes as Tesco announces the return of vinyl to its stores after trialling the sale of vinyl in selected stores over Christmas.

Now a permanent feature in 40 of its stores the launch of vinyl has allowed Tesco to take on a new format in its comms – flyposting – giving the supermarket the chance to target those used to seeing posters for new albums and gigs.

Targeting both music-crazed twenty-somethings and their parents who find nostalgia in vinyl, the creative takes cues from famous album covers such as The Velvet Underground.

To vote for next week’s Creative Work of the Week visit our latest Creative Works round-up. You can also keep up to date with the latest creative, advertising and design projects on our Creative Works homepage where you can cast your Creative Work of the Week and Creative Work of the Month votes.

Creative Director: Chris Clarke, Matt Moreland

Creative Team: Chris Clarke, Matt Moreland

Additional Credits: Strategist: Jill Cummins

Strategy Director: Lilli English

Business Lead: Holly Ripper

Account Manager: David White

Producer: Tim Wilks/Aileen Grebovic

Photographer: Colin Campbell

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