Concrete Christopher Walken heads greet visitors at ‘Monument to Walken’

NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UPI) — A New York artist is paying tribute to Christopher Walken with a number of concrete heads modeled after the actor installed in a sculpture park.

Artist Bryan Zanisnik’s installation, “Monument to Walken,” features numerous Walken busts spread across Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens, the borough where the actor was raised.

A comic strip by collaborator Eric Winkler details Walken’s history in Queens and informs visitors that “No Walken Picking” is permitted at the park.

The installation, part of the Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition, will remain in place through March 13 of next year.

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