Stan Lee's Death Mourned In Stunning Tributes By Plotaverse Motion Artists
"Not All Heroes Wear Capes" - Esteban Cêlpa, Tribute Artist on Plotaverse
By: Plotagraph, Inc.
He was 95.
Motion Artists are paying tribute with breathtaking Plotagraphs on the sharing platform of Plotaverse. Lee and his creations can be seen in colorful, infinitely looping motion, tricking the mind into following a never ending transformation. As a haven and voice for artists, Plotaverse has become one of the most popular sharing platforms for all genres of motion art.
Stunning motion art, honoring Stan Lee, can be seen in this video https://youtu.be/
Lee is loved and mourned by the millions of artists and fans, whom he inspired to carry on his Marvel Universe legacy. Plotaverse patron, and Marvel Studios' Director of Visual Development and Concept Artist, Andy Park, commented on Instagram: "Stan Lee... what a life, what a legend. Thank you for making us all True Believers! Onward & upward to greater glory... that's what "excelsior" means." Park's looping Plotagraphs depict the flaws and struggles of Lee's characters. The constant motion only intensifies the signature style Lee designed for his heroes: A human vulnerability and feisty personality.
"I used to think what I did was not very important," Lee told the Chicago Tribune in April 2014. "People are building bridges and engaging in medical research, and here I was doing stories about fictional people who do extraordinary, crazy things and wear costumes. But I suppose I have come to realize that entertainment is not easily dismissed." - Hollywood Reporter
Lee's timeless characters continue to live in Hollywood's pantheon of superheroes, but also in the hearts of creatives and fans around the world. Marvel fans, graphic novel enthusiasts, and artists of all genres were able to come together on Plotaverse and share their tributes. To enjoy the feed of colorful and mind bending motion art, visit Plotaverse's sharing platform at plotaverse.com