If you ever wanted to see the legendary Ed Sheeran up close and personal - now is your chance.
The singer is the latest celeb to be honoured in wax at the country’s oldest wax museum founded in 1879 by Friedrich Hermann Faerber.
From a fair of bit of distance - and I do mean a fair bit - the figure seems like a dead ringer for Sheeran.
However, with a closer look, there are definitely some differences here and there that will make you do a double-take.
Photos papped of the wax work show the 'Shape of You' hit-maker in his regular laidback style donning his famous shaggy ginger barnet, layered long-sleeve and t-shirt combo rolled up to show off his tattoos complete with piercing blue, albeit slightly soulless, peepers.
The waxy Sheeran can also be seen slinging an acoustic Little Martin guitar over his left shoulder with his right hand nestled comfortably in his jean pocket.
Both hands of which are doused in his signature stacked bracelets.
His general vibe, I will say, is pretty bang on.
People have since taken to Twitter to share their opinions on the wax work with one writing: "Oh hell nah."
A second penned: "There's a new Ed Sheeran wax figure in Germany and well......"
"Why's Boris Johnson doing an Ed cosplay?" echoed a fourth.
"There is something about that face," posted another, "that reminds me of someone else, but definitely not Ed."
A final person added: "Looks accurate but a super shaggy version of him."
Büscher, a Berlin-based artist, admitted the project was 'challenging' given the slightly finickity nature of the materials used to create it.
I can image working with hot wax probably isn't as straight-forward as a canvas and some oil paints.
She described the process of depicting the 32-year-old's 'many tattoos' as an 'intricate and time-consuming feature of the project'.
"Every very tattoo has a special meaning for him," she added.
Interesting company indeed.