Afrofuturism is an artistic and cultural movement that reinvents the image of the future through the lens of history and black culture. Exploring themes such as identity, technology, race, social justice, and spirituality, Afrofuturism often challenges mainstream narratives and offers a counter-narrative that empowers black communities in futuristic settings. In Afrofuturist works, artists incorporate elements of African mythology and symbolism, as well as futuristic aesthetics and technology. They envision societies where African traditions and contributions are celebrated, using various media such as digital collage, 3D or AI. Those artists provide a space for envisioning possibilities beyond the constraints of the present and inspire discussions about representation, cultural heritage, and social change.