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Mona Lisa Made From Burger Grease

Fast food grease as art? Yep. Watch as artist Phil Hansen creates a huge replica of the Mona Lisa using nothing but grease squeezed from hamburger patties - and it only took him 10 double burgers to do it.

He didn't just do this for fun, though... it's actually an Arby's ad.

Link via Slashfood

Previously on Neatorama: Bruce Lee Speed Painting | Phil Hansen's Influence: a Body Paint Art

Wow, what an amazingly cool way to create art. Just think of the cost ratio to using expensive art products. He seems to have real talent.

Oh, and is that EvilBeagle lapping up the leftovers, there? ;)
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that's an advert? they don't once try to imply that their burger's aren't that greasy doesn't make much sense from a marketing perspective, just makes me think that if i ever went to arbys that i would end up eating grease
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Jake, Arby's wasn't saying "We make greasy burgers."

I don't know about Arby's in the states, but in Canada, Arby's doesn't make burgers at all. That's the point.
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ah that's the thing, never having been to one, and considering the advert has a lot of burgers in, i just assumed they were a burger chain.
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