Plans for the ZiggyZag, a "startling, stupid and utterly joyous" permanent memorial to David Bowie in the singer's Brixton birthplace, have been unveiled.
A group of project managers and artists called This Ain't Rock "n" Roll are collaborating on the project with the city of Brixton, along with Bowie's London and NY teams.
Fittingly, the blazing red and blue tribute will also be situated beside the renowned Aladdin Sane mural painted by Australian artist Jimmy C in 2013.
Cllr Lib Peck, Lambeth Council leader, backed the campaign, saying: "Brixton has become central to David Bowie's huge legacy, so what better place for this stunning and imaginative memorial to this locally born legend".
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This isn't the first time fans have gathered together to raise money for a memorial as past year a crowd-funding campaign raised £100,000 to build a statue in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.
Charlie Waterhouse of This Ain't Rock'n'Roll described the future monument as, "totally Brixton, utterly Bowie".
An global crowd-funding campaign has been launched at CrowdFunder.co.uk that's seeking to raise 990,000 pounds, or about $1.2 million, to help pay for the memorial. "Where the Man Who Fell to Earth fell to earth, a heartfelt tribute, from one London character to another".