Poster Description: The poster depicts the widespread growth of all forms of music in world like a tree. All these years Jamaican reggae music been an habitat for people, like a tree which gives shelter for wandering birds. The Reggae head is portrayed as the sweet fruit in the same tree of world music.
We received 1270 Entries by 748 Designers from 75 Countries! The IRPC is proud for the entries received and we Thank you all for your participation! The voting procedure will start on Friday, 17th February and it will take place on the following dates: ➡ Pre-Selection: 17 February – 3 March 2017: ➡ Final Selection: […]
“My Jamaican Guy” was the third single to Grace Jones’ 1982 album. The track showcased Caribbean music-inspired reggae/dub sound. The music video for “My Jamaican Guy” features Jones performing the song on stage, kissing her own image, and hugging her “Jamaican guy”. Jones has a strong personality, she is a rebel. This is what I wanted to express through my posters. Jones dressed in elaborate costumes and masks something that I wanted to pass through my whimsical image.
2016 International Reggae Poster Contest
If you feel warm sun, soft sand and salt breeze in the middle of February and forget about freezing snow – that means, you hear reggae!
Dream catcher symbolize freedom and wild spirit of Reggae music. Music is elusive like the wind.
We are excited to announce a generous new prize offer from the International award-winning type foundry PARACHUTE, based in Athens, Greece. The package of fonts worth 500€ will be awarded to the First Place winner in the 2016 International Reggae Poster Contest. Their fonts have been use in International branding campaign, such as Bank of America, European Commission, Emirates, Adidas Group, Nike, and European Football Association. […]
Theme: Toward a Reggae Hall of Fame: Celebrating Great Jamaican Music. CALL FOR ENTRIES: The 5th edition of the International Reggae Poster Contest 2016 will open for entries on November 1st (12am EST time), and will run until January, 31st, 2017 (12am EST time). The 100 best posters will be selected by a jury panel comprising […]
Activist and artist Michael Thompson, also known as Freestylee, Artist without borders, died at his home, August 15, 2016 of a heart attack, according to the coroner’s result. He was 58. Born in Kingston, Jamaica lived for more than 25 years in the small city of Easton in Pennsylvania, United States. He studied graphic design […]
The Positive Vibration Festival of Reggae and the International Reggae Poster Contest (IRPC), in collaboration with Rebel Soul, the Constellations Gallery and the Arts Council England, organized the 17th successful “Art of Reggae” exhibition which opened in the city of Liverpool, UK on June 1, 2016. This distinctive exhibition, now in its 4th year, featured […]