Artist creates 7ft Marmite sculpture for Valentine's Day
If you’re a Marmite hater, look away now! An artist has created a giant-sized sculpture made with 420 jars of the gooey brown stuff that divides the nation.
Sculptor Jeremy Fattorini has re-created Rodin’s famous sculpture, The Kiss, using 420 jars of Champagne Marmite to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Fattorini, from Guernsey, took nearly two and a half weeks to create the replica statue, which was unveiled today in London’s Greenwich Park.
The artist said: ‘It will be interesting to see if this gains more popularity than the statue at St Pancras. Im sure that Marmite will once again polarize the nation youll either love it or hate it.
‘Its a good thing I like the stuff, as I was licking my fingers as I created it.’
Marmite lovers now know where to head to follow suit.