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Helder Batista

Mc Lego

Mc Lego

Acrylic, glass

20 x 15 x 8 cm

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Helder Batista's "McLego" is a playful sculpture that combines consumer culture with childhood nostalgia. It features a McDonald's french fry carton filled with yellow Lego bricks instead of fries. Crafted with meticulous detail using resin, the piece cleverly mimics the real fast-food item. "McLego" invites viewers to reflect on mass consumption and the intersection of global brands with everyday life, showcasing Batista's innovative and multidisciplinary approach.


Medium: Sculpture
Style: Pop Art
Year: 2024
Size: 20 x 15 x 8 cm 
Signed: Yes
Materials: Acrylic, Glass


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  • Helder Batista

    Helder Batista is a self-taught artist who works both in sculpture and in painting. He was born in 1964 in Paris where he took classes at the Beaux-Arts. He lives and works in the South West of France.
    Multidisciplinary he works with different materials and supports such as resin, inclusions, concrete, wood, neon, oil paint. He sculpts and paints everything that appeals to him.

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