As the last of the limited edition Kit Kat white chocolate bars fly off the shelves, the last 50 are now immortalized as part of an extensive art project created by illustrator Mike Watt.
Commissioned as part of an ad campaign, the artist melted down the last few candy bars, painted them onto red canvas and then used a special carving technique to add detail and texture to his artwork. Combining creativity with delicious chocolate is a great way to commemorate this successful flavor run, preserving the last few as iconic pieces of art.
Many who fell in love with the creamy taste of the Kit Kat white chocolate bars will drool over this collection of canvasses, anxiously awaiting the day they are released again.
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