Black Panther was good! It also looked good, so I figured I’d showcase the work of a number of artists involved with the film’s production, giving us a look at how the costumes and environments of Wakanda went from the drawing board to the big screen.

Note that this isn’t everyone involved, it’s just a sample, but it’s a good cross-section that covers everything from Killmonger’s tattoos to Klaue’s arm to the Golden City itself.

Links to the portfolios of the artists involved can be found in their names below. And if you’d like to check out other art features we’ve done on recent movies, here’s Blade Runner 2049 and Ghost in the Shell.


Ryan Meinerding

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Till Nowak

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Vance Kovacs

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Keith Christensen

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Andy Park

Karla Ortiz

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Alexander Mandradjiev

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Tully Summers

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Dan Milligan

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Constantine Sekeris

Fabian Lacey

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James Zapata

Wesley Burt

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Anthony Francisco


Jackson Sze

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Marco Nelor

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Rodney Fuentebella