San Francisco artist Jason Mecier used beef jerky to create a pair of portraits he titled Barack Obameat and Meat Romney. Neither is expected to be chosen to hang at the White House.
San Francisco artist Jason Mecier used beef jerky to create a pair of portraits he titled Barack Obameat and Meat Romney. Neither is expected to be chosen to hang at the White House. ThE WASHINGTON POST
San Francisco artist Jason Mecier used beef jerky to create a pair of portraits he titled Barack Obameat and Meat Romney. Neither is expected to be chosen to hang at the White House. ThE WASHINGTON POST

Obama's taste in art is on view; Romney's isn't

October 12, 2012 09:18 AM

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