Ghanaian artist Amoako Boafo has officially made history as the first person to have their art launched into space. He is the first African to have their art launch into space.
This spectacular launch in collaboration with Uplift Aerospace and Blue Origin took place on the 26th of August at the Launch Site One, West Texas. Talk about trendsetting art.
Congratulations to Amoako Boafo on the successful launch of his Suborbital Triptych into space. He continues to make Ghana proud and extols the beauty of his motherland with every piece of his art.
The launch garnered a whole lot of response from people across the world on social media.
Here are 10 positive reactions to Amoako Boafo’s successful art launch into space.
— #GenerationalThinker #Blogger (@KobbyKyei_) August 26, 2021
— Megs H. (@megsylhydrazine) August 26, 2021
3. No other words.
Amoako Boafo. That’s it.
— Carlos Idun-Tawiah (@carlosidun) August 27, 2021
4. History has been made.
— by hyperActive (@hyperChatOnline) August 26, 2021
5. Talk about a climatic touchdown.
— Uplift Aerospace (@upliftaerospace) August 26, 2021
6. Son of Ghana!
Meet Ghana's 🇬🇭 celebrated artist Amoako Boafo, who is about to make history to become the first Ghanaian to have his artwork launched into space, according to a report by Uplift Aerospace. pic.twitter.com/D50SNvARF7
— Ghana Stories 🇬🇭 (@Ghanaspotlight) August 25, 2021
7. He was made for the stars.
Amoako Boafo's artwork traveled to space and that's astronomical.
— edwin (@_staque_) August 27, 2021
— Erika Wagner (@ad_astra2) August 26, 2021
9. It’s just…spectacular.
— Linda Mills (@LindaJMills) August 26, 2021
10. A clash of philosophies.
— Abdourahamane Diallo (@ADiallo2018) August 26, 2021