George Michael was a saint. Don’t let anyone tell you differently.
Although the press hounded him for his supposed controversies, the man was a shining beacon of hope, light and leather.
So it’s fitting then that the late, great singer and gay icon has been honoured with a memorial mural in Sydney, Australia, casting him as pseudo a religious icon.
The portrait, painted by acclaimed local graffiti artist Scott Marsh, shows Michael as a “Patron Saint of Parks at Night” — a tongue-in-cheek tribute to his healthy sexual appetite and proclivity to “go outside.” Read more…