No Way Home Concept Art Shows Spider-Man In Web Hammock Above New York

No Way Home Concept Art Shows Spider-man In Web Hammock Above New York

An artist has set up concept art for Spider-Man: No Way Home, and it has gotten the attention of both fans and critics. The latest Spider-Man film, No Way Home, picked off right from where Far From Home got.

Concept art about the Spider-Man, especially as he is depicted in the latest film in the series, has been showing up online time and again.

The artwork is the brainchild of Maciej Kuciara, who shared a picture of the dramatic art piece on Twitter. This is not the first work of art the artist has created that depicts the famous superhero.

Kuciara also has an art piece that shows Spider-Man during his tussle with Doctor Strange over the cube. The sorcerer ended up getting trapped in the mirror dimension.

Still, the image of Spiderman on a hammock did not appear in the final film.

Otherwise, the art installation on the apartment helps highlight just how luxurious the building is.

In the previous film in the series, Far From Home, Spider-Man's identity was revealed to the world by Mysterio, played by Jake Gyllenhaal and Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons).

This turned Peter Parker's life and the lives of his friends upside down. Things were so bad that he had to consult Doctor Strange, a sorcerer, in an attempt to fix things.

Unfortunately, the sorcerer's spell did not work as expected and instead opened a can of worms that included villains like Doc Ock (Alfred Molina), Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), and Electro (Jamie Foxx). These unsavory characters caused even more chaos in Peter's life.

Therefore, people were quite anxious to watch No Way Home to see if Spider-Man could finally put his world in order.