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100 | The Lion Roars | Elihu Duayer – Brazil
099 | Reggae the world with love | Igor Popov – Ukraine
098 | Reggae | Mikolaj Suchan – Poland
097 | Weed Dem | Batholomio Simbarashe Chikunda – Zimbabwe
096 | Around The World | karan Maharshi – India
095 | The Alpha Riddim | Leonardo Santacruz – Colombia
094 | Lee Scratch Perry | Ivan Misic – Serbia
093 | The Art Of Reggae | Bradley Stewart – United Kingdom
092 | Love Reggae | Mingliang Li – China
091 | Turn on the light | Aleksander Baldakou – Belarus
090 | Come do Rocksteady | Cecilia Campironi – Italy
089 |Creating the reggae of tomorrow | Rakel “Goodféith” – Spain
088 | DUB | Simone Berrini – Denmark
087 | Heart | Kaja Klesta – Poland
086 | Jah 9 | Alejandro Adrian – Spain
085 | Bob Marley Poet & Prophet | Colleen Yessman – United States
084 | Ready to Zion | Rangel Malta – Brazil
083 | Reggae is You | Çağdaş İnci – Turkey
082 | Roots rock reggae: dis a summer music | Kamenetsky Andrew – Russia
081 | REGGAE 24.7.365 | Ramon Leon – United States
080 | The essence of reggae | Daniela Alvarado – Mexico
079 | From Dawn till Dawn | Stephanie Lindström – Finland
078 | Reggae revival | Ronny francisco chuecas rodriguez – Peru
077 | good vibes | Moises Romero – Mexico
076 | Peaceful Rasta Man | Georgios Chandrinos – Greece
075 | Legend | Sonia Hekmati – Iran
074 | Dub | Saeed Nasri – Iran
073 | Reggae Everywhere | Fernando Benedictti – Uruguay
072 | Reggae is Answer | 2manuals Waizi & twowara – Japan
071 | Galaxy of Reggae | Hana song – South Korea
070 | Mount Zion | Simone Berrini – Denmark
069 | No Woman No Cry | Charles Okyere-Afoakwah – Ghana
068 | Plug It In | Hamish Blair – United Kingdom
067 | The Face Behind the Words | Linus Biederman – United States
065 | The Colors in the Message | Linus Biederman – United States
064 | The Kings Music | Charles Okyere – Afoakwah – Ghana
063 | Reggae is everything | Alexandra Karpova – Ukraine
062 | Whale Swimming on the Wave of Sound | Réka Maróti – Hungary
061 | The man of the world, the music of world’s souls | Andrew Kamenetsky – Russia
060 | Get up, Stand up | Alessandra Ravida – Ireland
059 | Songs of Freedom | Carlos E Gonzalez – Venezuela
058 | It sure feels good to me | Jennifer Lac – Germany
057 | Hits of music | Seyed Abbas Mirqeisari – Iran
056 | Reggae | Lijie Yang – China
055 | Bob Marley | Mahmut Soyer – Turkey
054 | The Medal of Reggae Honor | Cj Loo – Singapore
053 | Plug in your heart | Ho Wai Man – China
052 | Raíces | IVAN CAMILO LABRADOR CASTELLANOS – Colombia
051 | The Music of Freedom 2 | Luis García – Mexico
050 | Butterfly Effect | Xiaoming Zhang – China
049 | Reggae Vibes | Priya Wijetunga – Sri Lanka
048 | Reggae Sound System Friday Night | Marzia Grossi – Italy
047 | Playing with Florentine Flowers | Linus Biederman – United States
046 | Music Contributes to a Joyful Mind | Chen Hsiao-ying – Taiwan
044 | One Love | Eric Boelts – United States
043 | Love and freedom | Lijie Yang – China
042 | Drop Legs | Eftychia Iliadou – Greece
041 | Dennis Brown | Charles Okyere-Afoakwah – Ghana
040 | Tarrus Riley | Ronny Francisco Chuecas Rodriguez – Peru
039 | Music & Light | Fernando Arce – Peru
038 | Celebrating Great Jamaican Music | Mohammad Mozaffari – Iran
037 | Dance the Reggae Light | Chung Hong Hui – Hong Kong
036 | Hearts of Reggae | Lisa Bradbury – Australia
035 | Celebrating great Jamaican music | Wojciech Osuchowski – Poland
034 | Sound waves | Job Pannan – Thailand
033 | Dubvibes| Charles Okyere-Afoakwah – Ghana
032 | Reggae| Lijie Yang – China
031 | Reggae, Rhythm of freedom | Ricardo Vázquez – Mexico
030 | De bess from JAM with love | Nataphat Archavarungson – Thailand
029 | The Abyssinians | Jules Mann – United Kingdom
028 | Reggae Basics | Nitin Sharma – India
027 | Roots Progress | Dimitris Chatzelas – Greece
026 | Reggae on the palm tree | Monika Sojka – Poland
025 | One love reggae | Ertan Toy – Turkey
024 | King of The Music | Jaye Kang – Germany
023 | Irie| Martin Navarro – Mexico
022 | Reggae Brings Peace | Sonia Hekmati – Iran
021 | Peace with Reggae music | Reza Shokri – Iran
020 | Capleton | Jacek Tofil – Poland
019 | Old man | Daniela Stolarikova – Slovakia
018 | Drum Stick Highs and lows | Omer Cam – Turkey
017 | Freedom| Yang Bo – China
016 | Reggae Peace | Carlo Cadenas – Venezuela
015 | Lion Note | Neiber Marín – Colombia
014 | One Heart | Stelios Spanoudakis – Greece
013 | Jamaican audio source | Alejandro Molano – Australia
012 | Music Contributes to a Joyful Mind | Chen Hsiao-Ying – Taiwan
011 | Vivian “Yabby You” Jackson | Naoya Arakawa – Japan
010 | Reggae all day | Octavio Lopez – Mexico
009 | Lovers Rock 1 | Daniel Edwards – United Kingdom
008 | Reggae Night | Charles Okyere-Afoakwah – Ghana
007 | Reggae love | Huan Wen – China
006 | Rasta Lion of Judah| Jeremiah Weeks – United States
005 | Freedom | Diego Parra – Mexico
004 | Reggae the ocean | Daniel Shubin – Russia
003 | Reggae Music | Li Wei – China
002 | Lion | Oktay Barkin – Turkey
001 | Prism of Nature | Seyed Abbas Mirqeisari – Iran
045 | Lion of Judah | Piotr Depta – Poland
Republic of Macedonia
Lose Yourself | Lisa Bradbury – Australia
My illustration for this poster encapsulates the mood of the more peaceful genres of reggae.
Alphaboys | Jacek Tofil – Poland
Let the new musicians create new music. Alpha Boys School in Kingston has produced some of the finest musicians to come out of Jamiaca. It's them I dedicate this poster.
United by Reggae | Carolina Jocelyne Gutierrez Aguilar – Mexico
The significance of this cartel is that reggae can unite people for a feeling, an emotion, being music.
Today | Christina Scheer – Germany
"The song ""Today"" by Ziggy Marley is more relevant than ever. This handlettering is created in the typical reggae colors and a slight change in one section of the song. The part ""put down your weapons of war today, let's just love"" is an important message I want emphasis. A hand is holding a weapon and instead of shooting a mortally cartridge, love will be transported outwards."
Augustus Pablo | Kentarou Kobayashi – Japan
Two Tone Beyond! | Sean Driscoll – United Kingdom
A tribute, to how the Jamaican movement of Reggae took 'one step beyond' the pond to influence and mould the outlandish phenomena that is Ska. Some say the flying saxophone Lee Thompson (Madness) is still flying to this day. You don't have to be mad, but it helps...
Sound is carried from childhood | Carlos Andrade – Venezuela
Children also have their corner in the world of reggae, as it is in these very early age where their influence over all the stimuli they receive, and if from very small start listening reggae, education will be on track.
Reggae is a Mission | Angel de la Mata Cabrera – Spain
Reggae music is a mission, reggae music is not a competition; reggae music is the voice of freedom, reggae music is the healing of the slaving souls; reggae music is culture, reggae music is life ...
The Guitar Reggae Sound | Domingos Sérgio Marques Silva – Portugal
"Domingos Marques da Silva was born on 27th January 1980 in Braga, Portugal. He attended the High School of Tadim. He was a Disc Jockey at the Academic Students Bar of the University of Minho and in other bars in the city of Braga and Porto since 1998. He participated in the project ""E Street” sponsored by the Professional School Esprominho, aiming to publicize and help to promote the traditional trade. He lived in St. Dennis, in Paris, France for three years, between 2006 and 2009 to be trained in the construction and public works. He participated in several performances, as Disk Jockey in Portuguese clubs located in Paris. He was invited to introduce his music project at the Disco ""Mikadu"" in Paris. He is being held in the Prison of Braga since July 2015 and will be released in April 2016. The design of this poster reveals an iconographic and metaphorical component of the creative universe. Subtly explores some paradoxes of the human condition through complex narrative mechanisms, providing the tools to design and images, deconstructing them, through a plastic language with strong visual impact, looking for possible limits to the graphic design strength."
Taking Control | Rafael Augusto Homor – Brazil
I wanted to express the exact moment the music begins to take control of our spirit, filling all the spaces of our body, creating a new universe.
Heart Beats | Kimone Cotterell – Jamaica
This poster is a depiction of love being transported through dancehall and the sound system. Dancehall is popular for bringing people together in the streets of Jamaica.
Ska Note | Laze Tripkov – Republic of Macedonia
Graphic symbiosis of a note and reggae ska fan, with characteristic movement of the head, giving a simple icon a visualization of a joy, happiness, music pleasure...
Written in the stars | Tolga Erkan – Turkey
Your name is written in the stars. A million miles away. A message to the main. Seasons come and go but I will never change. And I'm on my way. I am still missing but I haven't met you.
The Scratcher | Frida Kritikou – Greece
A poster about the jamaican magician of dub music, Lee Scratch Perry and his extraordinary boots. I used ink marker for the design and I colored it using Adobe Photoshop.
In love with reggie rhythm | Evgeniya Kapel – Russia
The poster symbolise lovely reggie rhythm and sound.
Lion’s Sword | Luis Cardenas – Chile
The sword means the fights through words. The lion is the icon of reggae movement. So I tried to mix then in order to show the fights through words.
Regi | Joshua Hibbert – United Kingdom
"This poster was developed by exploring the meanings and origin of the word Reggae. I wanted to create a poster that reflected history in a contemporary fresh manner. The poster words 'Regi' are shaped in a king's crown, this word Regi is the original term which was used to describe the Reggae sound meaning music for the king . I wanted to accentuate this meaning but visualise it in a simple easy way, which felt old, meaningful and precious."
1 Love | Burak Keleş – Turkey
Reggaephoria | Evelina Korkmaz – Bulgaria
When it comes to reggae music, you are already involved from the positive emotions and every muscle start move under the rhythm.
P E A C E (…like a lion) | Etienne Delalande – France
"Inspired by Reggae and the huge symbols of respect, love and peace, it carries. And which we severely need. The lion for the look ! Didn't Bob Marley look like a lion ? 😉 Well I don't really bring anything new here, the lion already is a symbol to the Reggae universe. A Lion king as a Reggae master, physical and spiritual master key to the balance and harmony of their environment. Ruling the place sometimes, for the best ! So a rastafarai, with lion hair looked quite ugly in my mind, while the rasta lion had potential. I feel like it was worth it 🙂 I added the little ""peace and love"" jewel and the word ""peace"". Because WE NEED PEACE (and love) !!"
Reggae | Carlos Cunha – Portugal
THE REGGAE ROOTS SO DEEP LINKED TO NATURE OF JAMAICA.
Inspiration | Shangning Wang – China
For me, Reggae music is like inspiration. I sketched Bob Marley who I admire a lot. I started with hand-made drawing, then moved to software. This poster shows the connections between my works and Bob's songs. Through drawing and analysising myself, I could have the context to review my experience. Then, the line drawing will reﬂect my nature of my heart, and the mood of the music.
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