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Rodin's The Kiss Recreated in Marmite

London Receives a Marmite Kiss

This morning I asked you if you would eat a Marmite sandwich. Imagine my surprise when just a few hours later I discovered that London-based artist, Jeremy Fattorini, has created a giant sculpture made from it! His sculpture, which is a replica of Rodin's The Kiss, is 7-ft. tall and is made from 420 jars of the limited-edition "I Love You" Marmite. It was unveiled yesterday in London's Greenwich Park, just in time for Valentine's Day.

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celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 7 years
i saw this sculpture (the real one) in paris last year, so beautiful!
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
ok - i'm just a little traumatized by this - but i guess to each their own. it's better than the 'meat chair'
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Holy...
wambalus wambalus 7 years
I don't see how Marmite would hold together enough to make a sculpture ... Vegemite would have worked better methinks.
oiseaux oiseaux 7 years
That must have an interesting odor sitting out in the sun. I think he should construct The Thinker out of bread right next to it.
emalove emalove 7 years
Wow!
UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 7 years
Oh my Lord! Well, it IS a nice sculpture! And because it's made out of Marmite, I would definitely rather look at it rather than take a bite into it!
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