Controversial South African artist Rasta The Artist proudly shared photographs of the latest artwork on his Twitter page. This time the individual that had all the artist’s attention is Tatjana Schoenmaker, the South African Olympian who made all the nation proud by bagging herself a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
Tatjana Schoenmaker gets the famous ‘Rasta treatment’
South African painter, Rasta The Artist has constructed himself fairly the reputation when it involves ‘honouring’ Mzansi celebrities and outstanding figures with portraits that don’t always resemble them. The lastest individual to be honoured by the dedicated artist is none other than Tatjana Schoenmaker.
Rasta’s portrait of the star Olympian comes after Tatjana was able to steady herself a gold medal while also surroundings the arena document for her amazing swimming abilities within the 200m breaststroke at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Taking to his Twitter page on 3 August 2021, Rasta shared the snaps of his work along with this caption:
“Our Golden girl T. Schoenmaker made us proud by obtaining a Gold medalist breaking the document at the Tokyo Olympic. #TatjanaSchoenmaker #Olympics2021 #Olympics #TokyoOlympics”
Mzansi is pleasantly greatly shocked…wisely most of them at least
While Rasta’s work this time is visibly greater than his previous work, no longer many looked as if it will assume so. A lot of feedback have been dedicated to asking Rasta what he was smoking or drinking. Some South Africans have been on the opposite hand fairly pleased along with his work and shared excellent ideas about it:
“Rasta you wish Jesus”
“That’s is a excellent painting yall making an attempt admire haters within the feedback”
Meanwhile, tweeps fear a Shona Ferguson painting may near subsequent
Many South Africans have hilariously expressed their anxiety over Rasta deciding to paint the late South African actor, Shona Ferguson. A lot of them warned him to no longer while others wondered out loud if he may actually enact a excellent job:
“Silently waiting for Rasta to conjure up a masterpiece of the late Shona Ferguson…”