Controversial celebrity sculptor Daniel Edwards has unveiled his latest work: a park-bench-sized statue of Angelina Jolie in the nude, double breastfeeding her twins.
The statue is called "Landmark for Breastfeeding" and was inspired by Jolie's cover photograph on W magazine last year.
Edwards decided to do the piece in order to encourage more women to breastfeed and to raise global awareness of public nursing.
Beginning September 11, at Mainsite Contemporary Art Museum in Norman, Oklahoma, the piece will be on display, before it's taken to an exhibition in London.
Edwards gained notoriety with his previous sculpture titled "Monument to Pro-Life: The Birth of Sean Preston." That piece displayed Britney Spears sprawled out on a rug, grasping a lion's head while giving birth.