Grace Vanderwaal recently posed in front of a huge mural featuring the cover design of her album, “Perfectly Imperfect.”

On her Instagram account, the 12-year-old shared that the mural can be found in New York and Los Angeles. The snap also shows the “I Don’t Know My Name” singer wearing a floral top, pink cardigan, jeans and red boots.

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Vanderwaal revealed that the artwork on the cover of her EP was created by her older sister, Olivia.

Meanwhile, Vanderwaal also shared a video of herself making her way to the mural. While inside the car, the singer expressed her excitement over seeing her photos on the streets of the Big Apple. Vanderwaal, who was wearing blonde extensions in the video, also joked about growing her hair.

Just a day ago, Vanderwaal tricked her fans into thinking that she got a pixie cut. She later on clarified that she was simply wearing a wig.

In other news, “Perfectly Imperfectly” dropped on iTunes on Friday, Dec. 2. Following its release, Vanderwaal told Billboard that they wanted to release the album as soon as possible to keep the momentum going. After all, the singer won “America’s Got Talent” Season 11 in September.

“We wanted to strike while the iron was hot, and before some people forgot. We didn’t want to release it and have people be like, ‘Oh hey, isn’t the girl from the show?’ So almost immediately, we tried to do it as fast as possible, and in a matter of days, this EP was finished,” she said.

There are only five songs in her EP, four of which she performed live on the hit NBC reality TV competition. “Clay,” “I Don’t Know My Name,” “Beautiful Thing,” “Light the Sky” and “Gossip Girl” may be purchased for $1.29.