Thomas' art appears within a frame titled ''Black History Month.'' The singer's photographer Yosra El-Essawy, who sadly passed away last year, was a mutual friend of Beyonce and Thomas.

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Thomas said to artnet News: "I feel like my friend is pulling some strings for me in the afterlife."

"It's all quite surreal."

"A friend texted me the link, and when I saw it, I thought, it this really her website?"

Screen Shot 2015-02-12 at 16.48.06Beyonce features Thomas' infamous sculptures which depict black men with arms raised in the air portraying the ''hands up, don't shoot'' sign which has become a symbol of protest against police violence.

The sculpture was featured in 2014's Art Basel Miami fair where it was showcased at Jack Shainman's stall.

Truth Booth by Thomas which depicts an inflatable speech bubble with ''truth'' written inside, also features on Beyonce's homepage.

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Thomas is perhaps most well known for his piece Question Bridge, a work he created in collaboration with Chris Johnson, Bayete Ross Smith, and Kamal Sinclair. The online video has been coined ''an opportunity for Black men of all ages and backgrounds to ask and respond to questions about life in America." It has been featured at museums such as the Brooklyn Museum, San Francisco's Exploratorium, and New York's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.

See the art on Beyonce's site here.