Actor Chadwick Boseman’s death has been condoled by thousands. Actors, politicians, sports personalities, children and corporations have all come out to pay tributes to the star, who died after a four-year battle with colon cancer on Saturday. Among those who that have paid tributes is a group of creatives and artists that have drawn and painted pieces in that regard.
His ‘T’Challa’ character is the most popular among all the ones he acted.
It was first introduced to the blockbuster Marvel movies in 2016′s “Captain America: Civil War,” and his “Wakanda Forever” salute reverberated around the world after the release of “Black Panther” two years ago.
That character made a mark on millions of people around the world that crowded cinemas to experience ‘Black Panther’, the movie. Now, artists have paid tribute to the star in a special way with unique pieces that have flooded the internet in the wake of his death. These are some of the pieces that have graced the #WakandaForever hashtag.
Boseman became a household name after appearing as the Marvel superhero Black Panther in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War, and then in director Ryan Coogler’s 2018 film, which went on to gross over $1.3 billion worldwide. He followed it up with two more appearances as the character in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. His most recent film appearance was in director Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods, which released on Netflix earlier this year.