Everything is better with meat, or at least that's what it said on that bathroom stall in Vegas. For National Jerky Day (June 12, mark your calendars for 2015), Jack Link's Beef Jerky asked art director Alex Valhouli and a team of builders to construct a replica of Mount Rushmore using 1,600 pounds of their various jerky products to be installed in Columbus Circle in New York City. 

The "Meat Rushmore" sculpture is 13 feet tall, 17 feet wide, and it took 20 people and 1,400 man hours to complete. Following the event in New York, the sculpture was shipped back to the Jack Link's headquarters where we imagine it will be used as an aromatic for the entire village of Minong, Wisconsin.

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[via Huffington Post]