Ed Sheeran has been immortalized as a massive statue in Moscow.
The 16-foot statue was installed at Gorky Park to mark Sheeran’s performance in the city, and shows the singer lying down on his side, his head casually rested on his right arm.
His giant likeness is dressed in red pants, white socks and a white shirt decorated in graffiti, and is also seen donning black aviators and his signature ginger hair.
The rather unusual tribute is part of a collaboration between Yandex Music and Warner Music Russia.
Fans of the star cannot get enough of the formidable figure, and have taken to social media to express their excitement over the giant statue. One Twitter user, for instance, expresses that the statue is “what dreams are made of.”
This 5-metre statue of Ed Sheeran — in his socks — at Moscow's Gorky Park really is what dreams are made of. Has any other country done this to celebrate an Ed Sheeran concert? Because I would love a whole army of these things pic.twitter.com/KKMunnAGg7
— Katie Davies (@katiedavies91) July 16, 2019
Sheeran will be performing at Moscow’s Otkritie Arena on 19 July.
On the left: the late and sadly missed soul DJ Steve Walsh.
On the right: a statue of Ed Sheeran in Gorky Park, Moscow. pic.twitter.com/dlkM9fxFTn
— 🌧️🍓 James Masterton's Chart Watch UK (@ChartUpdate) July 17, 2019
Hello. A giant, 5-metre long statue of Ed Sheeran has been erected in Gorky Park, ahead of a concert. Having lived in Russia, I can't say this is the weirdest thing I've ever seen in Moscow, but it's… quite something. pic.twitter.com/I6OYge5d0y
— Hannah Jane Parkinson (@ladyhaja) July 16, 2019
Not weird or anything: Gorky Park unveils a 16-foot statue of Ed Sheeran at the main gate & invites fans to draw "an idea for a new tattoo or simply confess your love" on his body https://t.co/12pGcjrBNz pic.twitter.com/PY3VNKfhuZ
— Alec Luhn (@ASLuhn) July 16, 2019
— ChristyandFraser (@ChristyandFras) July 16, 2019