MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A large mural of Prince will soon grace the presence of travelers at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

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A 16-foot by 24-foot mural of the Purple One is slated to be installed Monday in the tram level lobby of Terminal 1.

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Minneapolis-based aerosol artist and graffiti writer Rock Martinez created the mural, entitled “I would Die 4 U,” in 2017. It depicts Prince playing one of his signature guitars over a background of swirling colors.

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Previously, Martinez’s mural was on display at the Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota and the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle.

The instillation joins a store at Terminal 1 dedicated to Prince that opened earlier this year.

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The mural will be on display until next January.