Chadwick Boseman His famous 'Wakanda Forever' arms' crossing was painted by artist Nikkolas Smith.

Black Panther's actor immortalized in Disney Park in California

After the great actor Chadwick Boseman passed away from cancer, Disney creatives managed to throw one of the most heartwarming tributes to the star, that will be forever in our hearts and now, in the walls of Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Watch the incredible tribute below.

  • Chadwick visited terminally ill children in the hospital to give them strength.
  • His famous 'Wakanda Forever' arms' crossing was painted by artist Nikkolas Smith.
  • A day after his death, the Texas painter sold an art piece featuring Black Panther and donated the earnings to several hospitals.
     
The incredible mural in Anaheim, California

T’Challa was more than a fictional character. He represented justice, equality and love for each other.

"I am so grateful to be able to honor Chadwick's life and purpose in this way" said the former Disney employee (he worked as a designer for theme parks for 11 years).

The artist also painted several issues that the United States was addressing like the NFL player Kaepernick, who kneeled when the National Anthem was playing, Breonna Taylor's murder and several other noble causes.

Hopefully, when kids grow up, they can still look at the mural and feel proud of what Boseman represented: a true fighter, that inspired millions to be better human beings. 

Bruno Wahrmann Lockhart

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