David Bowie was famously a chameleon, taking on and casting off faces and characters whenever it suited his artistic whims. Now, the British town where Bowie allegedly debuted one of his most famous personas—the immortal Ziggy Stardust—is getting ready to pay tribute to his protean nature, in the form of a statue celebrating all of the faces of Bowie, at once.
Designed by artist Andrew Sinclair, “Earthly Messenger” is still in its preliminary stages. But you can get a good look at the statue—which will sit in the town square of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire—in the tweets above, which show its planning maquette in all its multi-faced glory. (Meanwhile, the Change.org petition to change the town’s name to “Aylesbowie” seems a little more far-fetched, but, then, you can never truly count out the Spiders From Mars.)