The world lost a true pioneer and icon on Monday with the passing of Stan Lee. Known pretty much for being the creator the modern comic book, Lee co-created legends such as Spider-Man, X-Men, Iron Man and the Hulk.
His passing at the age of 95 was yet another blow for creative sciences. It also impacted generations upon generations of Americans.
That includes Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie, who will honor Lee with custom-made shoes depicting his art work on Wednesday against the Miami Heat.
Nets G Spencer Dinwiddie will honor the late Stan Lee with custom artwork on his sneakers in tonight’s game vs. MIA. Dinwiddie produced the shoe himself & will wear a different self-produced shoe in all 82 games this year. Shoes will be auctioned off to benefit youth charities. pic.twitter.com/xO3LgaZJbI
— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) November 14, 2018
That’s some really cool stuff from Dinwiddie right there.
It also goes to show us just how much of an impact Lee had even on the younger generations of Americans. Active for eight decades, Lee will always be remembered for his creativity and ability to mold the minds of countless with his work.