"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" will hit theaters on November 11 and the love and support it's been receiving has been beautiful. One artist in particular is honoring the Marvel film with a mural in East Los Angeles.
The LA artist by the name of Lilia "LiliFlor" Ramirez says the movie's message of representation is what she stands for.
"I want people to look at it make them connect to their own culture whether you're Black or Brown driving through this community. It's very important that we represent Black and Brown communities together as a unit and so having images of people of color together in a community where normally they wouldn't be was a very important inspiration in the process, " Ramirez told ABC 7's Localish.
"This image is very very important to the community and all people of Los Angeles," added Ramirez.
Take a look at the mural below.