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3D Artist ccreatt Imagines a Travis Scott x McDonald's Happy Meal Toy

An action figure alongside some of the fast-food chain’s most popular menu items.

Following confirmation of Travis Scott and McDonald’s project from a leaked memo just moments ago, Seoul-based 3D artist ccreatt has imagined how the collaboration’s Happy Meal toy could look.

The artwork features an action figure of Travis Scott, alongside classic McDonald’s menu items, packaged in a smooth plastic casing with fictitious co-branding. Stamped with “Traviss Scott” (an extra “s”), the figure depicts the rapper with a light blue long-sleeve, coupled with a yellow snapback, patent leather pants and yellow hi-top sneakers. McDonald’s logo is placed at the top left corner of the package, below which “Traviss Scott” block letters and a thinly sketched doodle appear. Underneath this are four tiny toys: a brown fries holder, a burgundy-toned drink cup, a black face mask and a Big Mac. As a finishing touch, the packaging comes with the artist’s signature at the lower-left corner, next to two safety signs and a recycle motif.

Scroll above for a look at the fictional Travis Scott x Happy Meal toy.

In case you missed it, check out McDonald’s collaboration with Animal Crossing: New Horizons on virtual apparel.

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