The 11-foot Mona Lisa created out of grease from 14 burgers!

April 1st, 2009 - 1:12 pm ICT by ANI  

London, April 1 (ANI): An artist has put up his version of Mona Lisa using burger grease for an American fast food company, looking to warn consumers against the amount of fat used in their competitor’s product.

Phil Hansen used grease from 14 burgers to paint an 11-foot canvas made from butcher paper.

The minute-long Internet advertisement shows the 29-year-old squeezing the fat out of every bite, which is then fed to an eager dog.

A close up further shows Hansen’s grease soaked hands in the endorsement made for American restaurant chain Arby’s.

Hansen said that the revelation had left many disgusted.

“People said it was a nice recreation and there were lots of comments on the nastiness of how it was made,” the Sun quoted him as saying.

“Many of the people who saw it had just eaten a hamburger that day - they were a bit grossed out by the idea,” he added. (ANI)

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