We’re not sure why, but we’re glad this exists.
Using nothing more than SWAZ online kit designer, a wealth of imagination and what we assume was an extremely un-busy Sunday afternoon, Joe Parton began creating.
In a now-viral thread, the budding artist shared a collection of supermarket-inspired kit designs.
Asda, Aldi, Tesco, all the big hitters are there.
?@Tesco:— Joe Parton (@jkparton93) November 22, 2020
Home shirt is inspired by their iconic carrier bag, while the away kit is a nod to the high-vis jackets worn by delivery drivers. #SupermarketShirts pic.twitter.com/qpyp5Prs0N
? @asda:— Joe Parton (@jkparton93) November 22, 2020
A resourceful use of the same template for both kits, here. That’s ASDA price! *pocket tap* #SupermarketShirts pic.twitter.com/5LiNPsVhUV
? @coopuk:— Joe Parton (@jkparton93) November 22, 2020
A cool blue look for the shop round the corner. Hopefully these two kits “cooperate” well with each other this season… #SupermarketShirts pic.twitter.com/gTIor4jFqy
I hope you’re all excited to see what I’ve got lined up for @AldiUK ?— Joe Parton (@jkparton93) November 22, 2020
? @waitrose:— Joe Parton (@jkparton93) November 22, 2020
Put down that papaya and get these in your basket. Although you may need to go without your cashmere toilet roll for a week to afford all three. Elite. #SupermarketShirts pic.twitter.com/hSwl9cawCh
And finally…— Joe Parton (@jkparton93) November 22, 2020
Everyone’s “second club” (but you never want to admit it). The home kit mirrors the staff uniform, whilst the away kit is straight from the middle aisle. Sehr gut. #SupermarketShirts pic.twitter.com/VPSlALYFdp
What do you reckon? The Sainsburys creation is a particular highlight for me.
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