Che Guevara T-shirts

16th June 2006 at 01:00
The portrait of Cuban revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara is considered to be the most reproduced image in the history of photography. Taken in 1960 by Alberto Korda, it can be seen on posters, T-shirts and souvenirs all over the world.

The Victoria and Albert Museum in London is running an exhibition (June 7 to August 28) of the image, bringing together posters, film, fine art, clothing and artefacts from more than 30 countries. For more details visit www.vam.ac.uk. Courtesy of the VA Shop, we have six men's Che Guevara T-shirts, worth pound;18 each and featuring the designs of Jorge Alderete (detail pictured), to give away if you can answer this question: Che Guevara was a) a physicist or b) a physician?

Mark your answers Marilyn or Che and send to the TES address or by email to friday@tes.co.uk. Remember to include your contact details. Entries close June 29.

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