The artist behind one of the most iconic images in NBA history has unveiled a mural depicting Kobe Bryant.
Artwork was done by Kobi Bryant at his home in California, and has been seen around the world.
It features the iconic photo of the All-Star guard, who wore No. 4 in the 1996 NBA Finals.
The mural is a collaboration with the Kobe Bryant Foundation, a nonprofit group dedicated to improving the lives of children and young people.
“Kobe Bryant is a very iconic figure in basketball history,” Kobi said in a statement.
“I wanted to create a mural that will capture the emotion of the moment he was playing the game.”
The mural was created by artists John Rolfe and Mike Pianic.
The duo said they wanted to capture the “sense of pride” that Kobe Bryant brings to the game.
They also wanted to do it in a way that was “artistically and artistically unique.”
“We wanted to paint this mural as if it was in Kobe’s home, and he would be there,” Rolfee said.
“We wanted it to be very iconic and recognizable.
It was important that the mural be a piece of art that will always stand out.
The artwork is being made by artist John Ralfe and artist Mike Piano.
It will be finished and unveiled during the NBA All-Stars game on Tuesday, March 8.
The project has also been featured in The Wall Street Journal.
It’s a great time to paint a mural with the world’s most famous basketball player.