The self-portrait of a Florida boy who died in a tragic swimming accident has gone viral -- with the drawing, titled "Mr. Awesome," shown in the hands of celebrities, politicians and pro-athletes all over social media.
Calder Jacob Sloan died April 13 -- just days after he turned 7 -- when high voltage from a faulty light inside the family's swimming pool electrocuted him.
After Jim, a family friend, began a social media campaign with the self-portrait Calder drew about five months ago, celebrities and senators -- including Miami Heat player Chris Bosh -- began spreading the drawing all over social media sites.
Calder's family says the colorful self-portrait of a beaming young boy, with the words "Mr. Awesome" on top if it, is a symbol of his fun-loving and adventurous spirit.
The portrait could be seen on display at the American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami, and The Miami Seaquarium is considering naming a newborn dolphin "Awesome" in the boy's memory.
Calder Jacob Sloan Legacy Fund: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=kBZXqqJRU1rarYGkTjODLA#