Commander in Beef: Jerky Portraits of Obama and Romney

Annie Colbert
August 23, 2012

Politicians can be jerky -- beef jerky that is.

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Dried-meat connoisseurs Jack Link's and ad agency Carmichael Lynch tapped the talents of artist Jason Mecier to create beef jerky mosaic portraits of the U.S. presidential candidates.

The meaty portraits of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney -- or “Barack Obameat” and “Meat Romney” as they’ve been dubbed -- each required 50 bags of beef jerky to complete. The result? An electoral college of delicious.

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This story originally published on Mashable here.