A statue of late Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell was unveiled on Sunday in his hometown of Seattle. The life-size statue, commissioned and donated to the museum by Cornell’s widow Vicky, will stand outside the Museum of Pop Culture’s south entrance. The statue sculpted by artist Nick Marras showcases the rock legend in one of his iconic poses with his signature boots, dog tag, layers and long locks. The statue’s unveiling, which was moved from August 29th to October 7th to accommodate larger crowds, was followed by a hour-long screening inside MoPOP’s Sky Church of a 2013 Soundgarden concert at the Wiltern in Los Angeles. The ceremony was attended by all three surviving members of Soundgarden, as well as Chris Cornell’s three children and other longtime friends and family members from the Seattle community.