Today marks the 25th anniversary of the tragic death of The Notorious B.I.G. He was only 24 years old at the time, and still weeks way from releasing his sophomore album, 'Life After Death.'
While the icon is no longer with us, his memory certainly lives on through various murals not only in New York City, but also worldwide.
A Mural by Scottie Marsh of Notorious B.I.G for The Lord Gladstone in Chippendale NSW Australia.
A mural of The Notorious B.I.G. on Wyckoff Ave and Troutman Street by artist Sipros.
A mural of The Notorious B.I.G. the corner of Fulton & South Portland by Lee Quinones.
Voletta Wallace poses next to the Mural of her deceased son Biggie Smalls, A Mural honoring Biggie Smalls unveiled at 176 Flushing Avenue in Brooklyn on Friday September 13, 2019 by artists Hoa Hong and Cinque Smith.
A mural of The Notrious BIG at the intersection of Troutman and St. Nicholas Avenue by Ruben Ubiera
A mural of The Notorious BIG on St. Nicholas Ave and Troutman St. by artist Danielle Mastrion.
A mural of The Notorious BIG at Respect For Life Barbershop on the corner of Fulton St and St James Pl. by Vincent Ballentine.
A mural of The Notorious BIG on Bedford Ave and Quincy Street by Artists Scoot Zimmerman and Maoufal Alaoui.
A mural of The Notorious BIG at LIC Queens at 5 Pointz by Owen Dippie.
A Notorious B.I.G. Mural By Street Artist Fumero At The Musket Room.
A mural of The Notorious BIG with a cigar by artist Owen Dippie