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Nono Sculpture

Amirouche ACHAB


Sculpture, Polyamide Sculpture on Robust Thermoplastic Material

Size: 6.5 W x 10.2 H x 8.3 D in

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About The Artwork

Among the notable characters of the French-Japanese animated series Ulysse31. It is a very greedy robot, fond of nails and bolts, which Ulysses offered to Telemachus in the first episode. Red, funny, a bit timid and sulky, but always faithful and ready to be of service. Note its back wheel, which allows it to flee danger at full speed and its belly box containing a multitude of objects including its small two-legged motorcycle!

Details & Dimensions

Sculpture:Polyamide Sculpture on Robust Thermoplastic Material

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:6.5 W x 10.2 H x 8.3 D in

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Born in Lille (France) in 1981, drawing has always been a passion since his childhood. It is in this city that his inspiration emerges, imbued by the iconography of the 80s and 90s, but also by various influences such as Belgian television, Japanese and American popular culture. His works are often characterized by an essentially monochrome palette, using black, white or bright colors and a "kitsch" aesthetic, reminiscent of these iconic goodies from European brands such as Bonux, Nesquik or Kinder, which marked an entire generation.

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