The Knife Angel has spent almost a month overlooking the Tyne and spreading its powerful message on the devastating effects of violence.
The Sage in Gateshead has been the latest home to the 27ft sculpture, crafted out of 100,000 knives surrendered to police forces across the country, since its unveiling on January 30.
But for those who have not had chance to see the imposing artwork, you haven't got long left.
That's because the haunting Knife Angel will be leaving the North East this week. Visitors have until Thursday February 27 to see the sculpture before it is moved to Telford, Shropshire the following day.
Before the angel leaves, a vigil will be held on Thursday to remember all those who have lost their lives to knife crime.
The Knife Angel came to Gateshead following a campaign by Alison Madgin from Wallsend whose 18-year-old daughter Samantha was stabbed to death in 2007.
Since Samantha's murder Alison has been determined to do all she can to prevent knife crime and educate young people about the dangers of carrying blades.
Last year, on what would have been Samantha's 30th birthday, Alison and her daughter Carly Barrett launched Samantha's Legacy, an organisation to help tackle knife crime and support families.
During the Knife Angel's visit, Alison and Carly have delivered talks and workshops to pupils from more than 20 local schools.
They have shared Samantha's story in the hope that candidly revealing the devastation knives have had on their family they can help steer the next generation away from violence.
Since its national tour began in December 2018, the Knife Angel has visited towns and cities all over the country.
So far it has touched down in Liverpool, Birmingham, Coventry, Hull and Newtown in Powys and Middlesbrough, among others.
After Telford, the Knife Angel is due to continue its tour to Wolverhampton, Leicester and Northampton in the coming months.