Breaking bronze.

The new statues Bryan Cranston Aaron PaulAs their Breaking Bad characters were put on display in the Albuquerque Convention Center on July 29 in New Mexico.

Artist sculpture Trevor Grove and cast in bronze by American Fine Arts Foundry, the figures depict Cranston’s Walter White—a New Mexico-based high-school science teacher-turned-crystal meth cook—in his bald Heisenberg phase, holding his infamous bowler hat, and Paul’s Jesse Pickmam—White’s former student turned business partner—in his signature hoodie and jacket combo. Sony Pictures Television commissioned the statues in 2019.

They were joined by other stars at the unveiling ceremony. Breaking Bad family, including Dean Norris (who played DEA agent Hank Schrader) and the show’s creator Vince Gilligan. Several cast members of Saul deserves better—a prequel series also created by Gilligan—as well as the mayor of Albuquerque Tim KellerThey were also present.

At the ceremony, Gilligan said he recognized that the statues of “two fictional, infamous meth dealers” could be controversial, but insisted the tribute was well-deserved.