Sport LA Times Cover Photo of Kobe and Gianna Bryant Encapsulates the Contrast Between Their Life and Death

20:37  24 january  2021
20:37  24 january  2021 Source:   thebiglead.com

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This Tuesday, January 26, marks one year since Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven other people tragically died in a helicopter crash. No area of the country was more impacted by this catastrophe than Los Angeles, where Bryant played his entire illustrious NBA career with the Lakers and just a few miles north of where the fateful helicopter took off that fateful foggy morning.

Kobe Bryant et al. sitting in a chair talking on a cell phone: Gianna Bryant and Kobe Bryant. | Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images © Provided by The Big Lead Gianna Bryant and Kobe Bryant. | Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images

The Los Angeles Times honored Braynt and Gianna by commissioning a mural of the two, which they used as their cover photo for the sports section today. Created by local painter Constance Brantley, it's vibrant, intricate and emotional, perfectly encapsulating the contrast between their life and death.

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A mural in progress depicting Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna by the artist Prophet Josh/@paintedprophet, near Melrose and Fairfax Avenues in Los Angeles . In a city where street life happens largely in cars, residents speak of their loss through art and graffiti in public places.

Photos : The world mourns NBA legend Kobe Bryant . Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James, center, and Quinn Cook react to a Full coverage : The death of Kobe Bryant . Bryant and Gianna were joined on the flight by Orange Coast College (OCC) baseball coach John Altobelli, his wife Keri and his

The story accompanying the mural was an oral history of the moments leading up to and following the helicopter crash. A strong piece to be sure, but after months of pouring over the details of what happened and what went wrong, the mural spoke louder to me.

It's raw and authentic. The colors are lively, the messages somber. It's the contrast of memory versus reality. We want them to be alive -- all of them, not just Kobe and Gianna. They seem so tangible in the mural. Yet reality is not as sweet.

While the murals of Kobe and Gianna fade with time, their memories will not. They will live on forever, and occasionally we'll be touched by a new remembrance that emphasizes the vibrancy of their lives and the heartbreak of their loss.

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