The EMP Museum in Seattle might be displaying a tunic worn by Leonard Nimoy in his career-defining role as Spock in its South Foyer this weekend. The display, which might be opened in reminiscence of Nimoy’s dying, might be free and open to the general public starting on Saturday morning.
Nimoy died this morning at his house within the Bel Air part of Los Angeles, as a results of end-stage power obstructive pulmonary illness.
He was eternally linked to the long-lasting half-Vulcan character after first donning Spock’s pointy ears and blue tunic within the authentic “Star Trek” sequence, and happening to reprise the role throughout films and an animated sequence. As well as to his work on “Trek,” Nimoy held a variety of different pursuits, together with a love for pictures and poetry.