On Sunday, Mac Miller was one of two murals that had a new home in the Uptown district of Minneapolis.
The work is an homage to Mac Miller’s late mother, Debbie Miller, and her passion for photography.
The mural is located at the corner of North and Cedar, and it was painted by artist Darryl Sattler.
The new installation was originally commissioned by the Minneapolis-based artist’s mother, Deborah Miller, but Sattlers mother, Michelle Miller, had the idea to paint her son’s mural herself.
According to the artist, the idea came from a visit to the Miller family home.
“I remember that they had an open-air studio where they would paint all the time,” said Sattels mom, Michelle.
“We wanted to bring this to the U.S.A., and we just thought, ‘Well, why not?'”
In the murals room, Sattles mom sat in front of a white board and she drew out lines for Mac Miller, a white boy wearing a yellow hat, a red hat, and a red scarf.
“The first one says, ‘I love you mom,’ and the second one says ‘You’ve been the most amazing son of a bitch in my eyes,'” she said.
Sattlers mom said the artwork is not about revenge.
“It’s a simple message that you don’t need to go back to your old ways, but you can turn it around and try to do something positive for the community,” she said, adding that the artwork also has a message for the children of the United States.
“We are all the same,” said Michelle Miller.
“You can never really change the past.
“She is so happy that he is still with us,” Michelle Miller said. “
“He loves us. “
She is so happy that he is still with us,” Michelle Miller said.
“He loves us.
He’s always here.”