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Beef Jerky Sasquatch Sighted: Big Foot Lives!
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Beef Jerky Sasquatch Sighted: Big Foot Lives!

by Paul Strauss
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When we were growing up, our parents always told us not to play with our food. But the results of such dalliances can have proven to be quite impressive from time to time. How could you not love a portrait of Sasquatch, made entirely from beef jerky?

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In celebration of National Beef Jerky Day yesterday (who knew there was such an awesome holiday?), mosaic artist Jason Mecier was commissioned to make this portrait using 80 bags of the chewy, leathery meat product. Mmmm. Leathery meat. He attached all of the pieces using hot glue and other adhesives, though, so that probably makes them a bit less tasty.

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[via Laughing Squid]



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