The late pop star Elvis Presley is remembered on his 75th birthday at Washington's National Portrait Gallery where a special exhibition in honour of The King has been unveiled. Mark Stutzman created this work in 1993.
The display explores the image and story of Presley since his death. His records have continued to sell in their millions and public interest in his music, career and life has yet to subside.
Presley's unique singing voice and trademark hip-shaking dance moves made him popular in the 50s.
Presley died in August 1977 aged 42. However he still has a very loyal fan base who remember his birthday every year.
In Australia, hundreds of Elvis impersonators gathered in Sydney wearing different versions of the singer's trademark white rhinestone suit.
The cultural icon is best known for recording hits such as Love Me Tender, All Shook Me Up and Blue Suede Shoes.
Presley is the best-selling solo artist in the history of popular music. He was nominated for 14 Grammys and won three.
The One Life: Echoes of Elvis exhibition at the Smithsonian facility runs until 22 August.
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