Ozzy Osbourne’s Diary of a Madman cover art is being turned into a 3D vinyl statue. The design features raised lettering, as well as a figure of Osbourne stepping out of the picture.
Knucklebonz.com is producing and selling the limited edition, officially licensed statue. Only 1,981 copies of the Diary of a Madman statue are being created and are up for pre-order at $249 right now.
According to the product description, the 12” by 12” statue is hand-cast in resin, hand-painted and weighs approximately five pounds. Each one is “numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity printed on the back.”
Osbourne’s second solo album, Diary of a Madman was released in 1981. Since its release, the album has gone 3x platinum, selling more than three million copies in the United States alone.
Diary of a Madman isn’t the only album cover 3D Vinyl has produced. Other albums that have received the statue treatment include Rush’s Hemispheres, Megadeth’s Rust In Peace, Motley Crue’s Dr. Feelgood, Mercyful Fate’s Don’t Break the Oath, Kiss’ Destroyer and Kiss, Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here and Guns N’ Roses’ Appetite For Destruction.
Ozzy Osbourne will be embarking on the second North American leg of his No More Tours 2 tour starting on May 29. Those dates will feature Megadeth as main support. The metal icon recently had to postpone dates in the UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Japan due to health issues. Those dates are in the works to being rescheduled.