[Photo by: Jeff Ragazzo/Kabik Photo Group]

Sum 41 drummer Frank Zummo and OBEY artist and activist Shepard Fairey collaborated on a custom drum kit which they unveiled last week at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. See the drum set reveal video below.

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The one-of-a-kind, drum-kit-as-artwork piece—dubbed “Rise Above”—was unveiled by the music-and-design twosome on Friday, Feb. 16, along with SJC Custom Drums co-founder Mike Ciprari. An original SJC  Drums set, the instruments of percussion were utilized by Fairey to convey a specific message of unity, using dark organic patterns and three-dimensional woodgrain mandalas on each drum shell.

“The Rise Above art piece deconstructs guns and repurposes them from weapons into components of a mandala,” said Fairey. “There is a power in making something beautiful out of ingredients that are cold and threatening. I hope the 'Rise Above' gun mandala can be a metaphor for spiritual transformation toward peace and harmony.”

The artistic drum set has been used by Zummo on tour, including in his award-winning appearance at last year's Alternative Press Music Awards. See more photos below of Zummo and Fairey with Sum 41 band members Deryck Whibley, Cone McCaslin and Dave “Brownsound” Baksh.

Check it out:

[Photos by: Jeff Ragazzo/Kabik Photo Group]

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