Amy Winehouse is being immortalized in a transit hub, for all the commuters who pass through to regale her visage, image and likeness!

The one-year anniversary of Winehouse’s death falls on July 23, but already, locals are marking the occasion. NME reports that a large tribute poster of the singer’s face, featuring her prominent (and signature) thickly winged black eyeliner, has been erected at the Camden Town tube station near the home where she died, so London commuters getting on and off at this particular station will be able to see her lovely face and remember her passing in a quiet way.

The poster was unveiled at the station on July 9 and it will remain up until July 23, the exact anniversary of her death. It was designed by Johan Andersson, a contempo British artist. The poster was actually created and shown two weeks after the ‘Rehab’ singer’s death last year.

She was just 27 when she died of alcohol poisoning. R.I.P., Amy! We hope you are smiling down from heaven when you see this pretty poster. What a touching way for your fellow countrymen to remember you.

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