A small town in London wants to honor David Bowie.

FOX's Michelle Pollino reports: 

Artists in the small London neighborhood where David Bowie was born wants to pay tribute to the musical icon with a permanent memorial. The neighborhood residents unveiled plans Tuesday for a three-story-tall lightning bolt sculpture, inspired by the cover of Bowie's album "Aladdin Sane."

Activists are launching a crowdfunding campaign to raise 1 million pounds to build the artwork. The proposal is to install it across from the Brixton underground station, beside a mural of Bowie as Aladdin Sane, one of the artists behind the idea, says it's meant to be "startling, stupid and utterly joyous in equal measure."

Michelle Pollino, FOX News.

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