A Venice-based artist paid tribute to Mac Miller with a massive mural of the late rapper playing the piano. The piece by Gustavo Zermeño, Jr. features the rapper looking out at passers-by alongside a top-down image of his tatted up hands floating over piano keys.
Zermeño said that Mac had a particularly profound impact on his life in a post to Instagram.
"On the inside, I'm outside, All the time! Music is a big part of my life but Mac’s music is on a whole nother level for me," he wrote. "Thank you to everyone that helped make this project happen! It feels amazing to be able to create things I love and truly believe in."
It's far from the first time that a piece from the artist has caused a stir. Zermeño raised eyebrows when he made a mural of Lebron James looking up at a pantheon of Lakers greats sitting atop the Staples Center. And he's painted Mac before, too.