When the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts in Stone Mountain, Georgia closed its doors in 2015, the family of the late rapper took with them a statue of ‘Pac that was placed in the center’s peace garden.
According to TMZ, the new owner of the amphitheater, Jim Burnett, has hired artist Nijel Binns to create a more realistic statue that will take the place of the old one. The design will be based on a 13-inch clay model but will be made of bronze and stand 7 feet tall. Burnett said it will more than half a million dollars to complete and will be unveiled sometime in September.
In the past, Binns has created statues and busts of Michael Jackson, Frida Kahlo, and Malcolm X.
Check out the concept below.