Mesplé visits his roots in foundry work with these unique sculptures. Recalling his interest in archaeology, the sculptures are anatomically correct and are produced in his advanced lost-wax technique. 

His methodology supersedes his years, and is reflected in the immaculate works brought to life by his expert hand through intense and often ironic imagery. 

 

PSEUDOLOGIA FANTASTICA 

Hundreds of hours went into the creation of this life-size skeleton made of bronze and steel. The work dives deep into the conundrums of human culture. Titled in Latin after the first word ever recorded to mean pathological liar, 'Pseudologia Fantastica' offers a flash of the truth and insight to a darker mind.

The smirking figure will forever be addicted to the evil joys of his tangling idiocies placing himself powerfully at the center of trust and betrayal.

6'9" x 36" x 30"

 

to live and die in L.A. 

Definitively portraying the popular symbol for the beloved city, Mesplé captures the absolute culture of Los Angeles in this limited edition piece produced in black chrome and ferric silver nitrate.

life-size

 

imposed 

A functioning lock bars this skeletal figure from imposing any further. Shamed in its concrete wall mount, Imposed begs hopelessly to be freed.

36" x 31"

 

dominion 

Frozen in an exotic twist between the afterlife and everlasting struggle, Dominion is one of Mesplé's early creations of 2015. Cast in bronze, bone by bone, the artist emulates an etherial creature taking over the human form. 

21" x 12" x 12"

 

larker 

Mesplé's adoration for the ironic classification of subcultures is exploited in Larker, cast in bronze and welded together as a wall installation.

29" x 24"

 

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jesus tortilla maker 

The artist designed the machine as a commentary on the recurring, far fetched claims of sighting images of prophets in strange, unassuming places. The work has been featured in multiple galleries with an overwhelming response to its heat activated brand.

Mesplé has made reproducible images of other prophets including Mother Teresa and The Pope.