Tomb of the McMummies: an exhibit by artist Beneverywhere, featuring a life-sized mummy and other weird stuff made out of McDonalds food. (hat tip to Patrick Crowley for this one!) Squid Ink at the LA Weekly interviewed him about the piece: SI: Why McDonald's and not, say, In-N-Out? BC: McDonald's is more iconic and has a rich lexicon of symbols, kind of like hieroglyphs in a way.
Artist BenEverywhere decided to drop $200 on McDonald’s hamburgers in order to make this mummy/skeleton monstrosity. Why would he do such a thing, you may ask? Because he wants to prove that McDonald’s no longer makes food, they mak... Read Post
Artist Ben Campbell made a “McMummy” out of $200 worth of McDonald’s food as a statement about how fast food is unnaturally resistant to decay, a truly disgusting fact that should rightfully give us pause about what goes into our bo... Read Post