Sideshow is proud to present a statue for one of the most realistic images of the American rapper, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, whose original name is the Russell Tyrone Jones.
Keep on scrolling to find one of the most prominent features of the statue and its details, so you don’t have to waste your energy trying to find it.
Ol’ Dirty Bastard, also called ODB, is the most creative genius in Wu-Tang Clan, the most representative group in the East Coast rap faction, and the icon of Brooklyn hip-hop culture. Although the warrior MC has passed away, his music has influenced countless fans.
This Ol’ Dirty Bastard statue uses a non-scale design, its height is 33.02cm, approx. 13 inches.
Comparing it to the apple, easily can help you understand its size so you can have a clear idea of wherever you want to place it.
Look at the statue from the front; you will see that there are a lot of things worth being recognized and seen by his fans. With his body meticulously sculpted, even his outfit seems to be sculpted in one of the realistic ways as if his outfit was originally made out of fabrics. The base itself is the entrance of what seems to be the NY subway station, but the nameplate in view speaks otherwise.
With a close-up look of this statue from another angle, you can see him with an aggressive expression that speaks firmness and loudness. As he walks out of the subway station, you can see that the railings he’s holding onto are the broken ones. It also feels like the part of one of his music videos and with the nameplate of Brooklyn Zoo. Even his hair is explicitly sculpted to help portray the realistic version of the Ol’ Dirty Bastard.
You can also see that broken lamp he holds onto it with his long hands. His outfit consisting of a white shirt, blue jeans, and black winter jacket, is the perfect portrayal of Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s unique style. The way he stomped down on the step with his brown boots broke it, showing his readiness to conquer the music world.
If you look at the back of the statue, you can see that the pillars that stand tall behind him are actually the entrance to a place only his music video could tell. Apart from the tall pillars, a glimpse of the broken metal rods can be seen too that are now damaged by whatever happened in the music video.
The broken rods and the railings can easily be seen from this point of view as the rapper holds onto them firmly. Other than this, the pillars also seem to have a few blocks on display as if making the craft art, and indeed was a good choice as it seems to be looking outstanding on the pillars.
Now, you can also see that the outfit he has on seems to be the result of one of the most perfectly sculpted outfits on the body of the American rapper. With both of his arms holding onto the broken railings, you can see that he has half sleeves on both his arms.
The head sculpt of this Ol’ Dirty Bastard statue is very nice. Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s facial features are captured very accurately. The unruly eyes, diamond-studded teeth, and dreadlocks are all vividly portrayed.
Focus on the nameplate and read its title. It is one of the names of ODB’s music videos in which some of the lyrics go like, “Shame on you when you sleep through to the Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Brooklyn Zoo!”
Behind him stands the name of the station that was used to recreate one of the best parts of this statue. The writings on it show us the station’s name and the parts of stations presented inside there. Each component in this statue is so carefully sculpted that it undoubtedly leaves all of us in awe.
This Ol’ Dirty Bastard statue is also a Limited Edition.
Get your hands on the amazing statue right now if you’re already a fan of Ol’ Dirty Bastard, the American rapper with his appearance on display with the perfect attributes of him.
ADDITIONAL DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Where to buy: Ol’ Dirty Bastard statue
Made of polystone
Approx. 13 x 12 inches (33.02cm x 30.48cm)
Ol’ Dirty Bastard