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The Rubber Cheese Story Competition

We're always being asked, "How did Rubber Cheese get its name?" In all honesty, we’ve never had a good story to tell, so after being asked one too many times we had an idea; lets ask our friends how we got the name!

  • 28/05/2015
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We recently launched a unique competition where you can win a one-of-a-kind artwork by the Internationally renowned artist; Jon Burgerman.

To have a chance of winning this amazing prize, we asked story tellers and anyone with a bit of an imagination, to create a story describing how Rubber Cheese got it’s name.

The winning story will become an integral part of our brand, when we’re asked that question again we’ll tell it and make it part of our brand forever. It will also take pride of place on our website, so it’s really important to us.

The Winning Prize

We knew we had to give something amazing to the person who created the winning story, so what better way than asking the awesome artist and doodler, Jon Burgerman to illustrate it! We felt his unique style would be perfect to visually bring the story to life. We’ve admired his work for years and we’re so pleased that he agreed to be involved.

Jon Burgerman

Jon Burgerman

About Jon Burgerman

Jon Burgerman is a UK born, NYC based artist, whose internationally renowned for being the king of the doodle art movement. His work and style is instantly recognisable and sits somewhere between fine art, urban art and pop-culture.

He’s appeared as a guest on the BBC TV show, Blue Peter, co-produced and provided the artwork for documentary film The Great Hip Hop Hoax. Has won numerous awards including a Cannes Lions Advertising award and two D&AD Silver award nominations.

Jon performs, speaks, and teaches internationally, and has collaborated with well-known brands Nike, Sony, Puma, Pepsi, Levi’s, and MTV.


The Competition received over 40 amazing entries – it’s going to be tough selecting the winner, that’s for sure.

Here are just a few that caught our eye….

The music was thumping, bass lines pumping. Trying to have a conversation, non-versation, with an equally as undrunk stranger over the din.”…and then I had to rubber…

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A long time ago in a small semi furnished studio, two keen designers would dream of world domination whilst they beavered away on design concepts and magical layouts. It was almost…

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In 2001 Wag had a business selling rubber Wellington boots by Harlow roundabout whilst Kelly worked in Tescos on the cheese counter . Having not sold a pair of wellington boots for 12…

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We’ll be announcing the winner of the competiton really soon, so if you’re one of the talented folk who entered, keep a beady eye out – it could be you!