The Fan Art Files: The 30 Best Portraits of the Wu-Tang Clan
Every day this week, Green Label will celebrate the most creative fan art of today's popular artists.
Though Wu-Tang's Enter The Wu (36 Chambers) was released 22 years ago, cash still rules everything around us and so does the W.
Their latest, super limited-edition project, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, recently sold for an undisclosed amount in the millions, making it the most expensive single album sale ever, according to its auction site, Paddle8. Even artists like Kendrick Lamar have paid homage to Wu-Tang, sporting deranged eyes and half-done cornrows reminiscent of Method Man in "I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By" during his Saturday Night Live performance last year.
To date, no rap collective has combined such a diverse group of vicious lyricism and standout personalities (there will never be another outlandish, hilariously carefree spirit like ODB) like the Wu-Tang Clan. And while each member has garnered their own following, nothing compares to their force as a whole. Wu-Tang will always be forever, especially in the art that keeps them very much alive.
Here is the best fan art of the Wu-Tang Clan.Click to start the list