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Here's the 3,000 Pound Chainsaw Art at Javier's in Vegas

Javier's, Las Vegas.
Javier's, Las Vegas.
Photo: Dodd Mitchell

Behold the world's largest piece chainsaw art, which bedecks the wall of the recently-opened Javier's at Aria in Las Vegas. According to Eater Vegas, the piece was created by artist J. Chester Armstrong to "depict the Mayan Creation myth and modern Mexican history." It weighs a colossal 3,000 pounds. The space also features a lounge "decked out in 4,000 metal nail heads" and booths that are laced up like corsets.

More on Dodd Mitchell's design for the 9,000 square foot restaurant over to Eater Vegas. >>>

Javier's at the Aria

3730 South Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV, 89109

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