Giant Marmite Statue on Valentine's Day

Marmite Statue in Greenwich Park, London. Photo: Liz Hunt [Flickr]

Making of the Marmite Statue. Photo: Liz Hunt [Flickr]

On Valentine's Day, sculptor and Marmite lover Jeremy Fattorini recreated Rodin's "The Kiss" made with 420 jars of Marmite!

Jeremy had this to say:

“It will be interesting to see if this gains more popularity than the statue at St Pancras. I’m sure that Marmite will once again polarize the nation – you’ll either love it or hate it. It’s a good thing I like the stuff, as I was licking my fingers as I created it!” (Source)

What's Marmite? Here ya go: Marmite [Wikipedia]

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What a stoopido thing to do....

Shoulda used Vegemite.

ps: for all those stupid yanq's about to sign on and say how much they hate vegemite....YOU OWN IT. It belongs to Kraft. I guess Agent Orange in Vietnam and Vegemite in Oz, tx so much.

Hmmm...a statue from Agent Orange?
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Well since it's Marmite I can't make the same objection I did about the bananas - wasted food. What's up though, is there no more clay in the world?
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