Marimite never looked so good, wonder how it tastes

A friend sent me this very cool image in a collection of other images done with squeezable Marimite, a food spread first produced in Britain and later adapted in other countries to suit their taste.  I’ve seen it, but have never tasted it. Have to say it looks bitter and delicious all at the same time.

While this campaign dates back to 2007, celebrating cool art is timeless.

According to the blog, The Inspiration Room:

“The Marmite Squeezy Art poster concept was developed at DDB, London, by creative director Jeremy Craigen, art director Damien Bellon, copywriter Thierry Albert and account supervisors Tamsin Northridge and Jonathan Trimble.

The artwork, done with dripped Marmite, was produced by illustrator Dermot Flynn at Dutch Unkle, London, and photographed by Andy Rudak.”

To read the original post on the Inspiration Room, click here.

There are more pics on The Inspiration Room

Categories: living life

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