Three artists installed a bust of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden in a Brooklyn park early this morning -- fusing the sculpture on top of a memorial to Revolutionary War soldiers, according to Animal New York.

Users on Instagram have already captured some photos of the unsanctioned monument:

The bust is 4 feet tall and made out of a sculpting material that looks bronze, according to Animal New York, which says it documented the installation of the piece in Fort Greene Park on the condition that it hide the identity of those involved. But this isn't the first time a statue of Snowden has popped up in New York -- a 9 foot tall sculpture of him created by artist Jim Dessicino was moved from Union Square Park in October because Dessicino didn't have a permit, according to

Update: The Snowden bust has been, well, busted.