There is no rational explanation of how the work on the sculpture of Miles Davis actually started. The less than perfect version of the head of Jimmy Hendrix ended up in the corner of Boris's creative garage until the day one of his friends visited him. The friend raised his head and asked curiously, "Why did you throw Miles Davis away?" Boris was stunned by the comment, and shortly afterward he added hair, clothes, and later the body to the budding sculpture. The decision for the next artistic venture came to him suddenly and spontaneously. Hendrix and Davis had a lot in common. Obstinacy, arrogance, love for sports, as well as for unique luxury cars, were their shared fantasies. Knowing that Davis had respected and admired Hendrix, was an additional link between two artists, the full circle was completed, creating chemistry. The sculpture is a pure challenge, a real small hedonistic heresy. To whom would it not be it? Musical eclectic of jazz, rock, and blouse, slipper wardrobe, shoulder straps, sunglasses, atypical hairstyle complete this unique representation of the famous artist.