A mural dedicated to the late Mac Miller has popped up in Brooklyn. Called “Filters,” the mural was painted by artist BKFoxx in collaboration with the street art group JMZ Walls.

Speaking to Complex, BKFoxx said that the two-toned piece “is meant to be a representation of how we are complex and can be more than one thing at the same time. We can show one face to the world while hiding another. Something I find helpful to be aware of when thinking about other people.” The mural is based on an original photograph by Brick Stowell.

This is the latest mural made in memory of the rapper. Similar artworks have been made in LA and Greensboro, NC.

You can see “Filters” for yourself at 1065 Broadway in Brooklyn.

In related news, Mac Miller received a posthumous Grammy’s nomination for Swimming, and his parents are said to attend the event in his honor.

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