9 April 2013 - 4:35pm | posted by | 0 comments

Kit Kat unveils 50 posters made with white chocolate to immortalise the limited edition

Kit Kat has unveiled a series of 50 posters with illustrator Mike Watt, with the aim of immortalising the limited edition white chocolate version of the bar.

Kit Kat Australia hired Watt to use the ‘final 50’ bars in order to create a way of making it last forever.

He melted the chocolate and used it to paint onto blank canvases, creating 50 different images, including a unicorn, a tiger, a rocket and an owl.

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