SENIOR art and design pupils at Dunfermline High School will have their work displayed in Asda.

The students have been hard at work, upcycling old t-shirts and turning them into their own creations, which will be exhibited today (Thursday) in a pop-up at the nearby St. Leonard's store. 

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Marie MacLachlan, an art, design and photography teacher at the school, said: "Taking a plain white t-shirt, pupils were asked to select a theme and target audience in order to develop their ideas on paper before creating the final design.

Their designs will be displayed in the store. (Image: Supplied)

"They were issued with a design brief where they were asked to upcycle a white T-shirt before turning it into a new design for the George range at Asda.

"Asda have kindly invited us to show off the creations for the afternoon, allowing the designs to be displayed in context, and their community link colleague, Julie McKell, has kindly offered to host the event as well as offering students advice on retail opportunities within the industry."

Parents, carers, family and the community are all invited to come along and see their creations at the store on today (Thursday) from 4 to 6 pm.