Reggae Night Flight
Jamaica, the promise land.
With this work I wanted to reflect several aspects of life on the island that reggae music expresses in its songs, as well as influences, problems and spirituality in culture.
Arouse the truth, kindness and beauty in the innermost heart, disseminate positive energy!
in this poster, I try to display Reggae’s protesting tools is music. protest heard through music.
If the world was a stereo and Jamaica was a cassette, then there would be only the sound of love playing NON STOP.
BOB MARLEY、Lion of Judah、the three colours of the Ethiopian flag、earth.
All about these Reggae symbols gathered convey the image of reggae walking the world.
Graphic designer was born in the TOLUCA (Mex )City in (1992). Graduated from the University of Ixtlahuaca CUI, Currently work for a textile company where I am responsible of the separation of color for prints of silkscreen t-shirts.
I am 26 years old more than 10 introduced in Jamaican culture and music. I´m dedicated to play and work with images, illustracions, posters, animations, collages, photos, letters, etc.
Experienced in techniques as: serigraphy, pyrography and now digital illustration, etc.
This image comes from the idea that the rhythm of life comes from friends and family; and when that rhythm is harnessed for all to hear, then it is reggae. The lions’ pride represents the family whose auras exude the spirit of reggae, and the circle design is based off of the circle of fifths, representing music that is guided by and also guides our internal metronomes (heartbeat). The crown represents all music that holds the power to sway our mind and body. And finally: with that last statement in mind, the music notes are arranged to honor Bob Marley and the Wailers. They are the guitar’s notes for the introduction to Redemption Song. Bob Marley and the Wailers was not only my first glimpse at reggae music, but also one of the first inspirations for entering the world of music as a musician.
This poster is talking about the brotherhood, as a message that the jamaican music sing. The world is one and the humanity must be a big brotherhood, whithout differences or racism.
Marley Bob’s 75th Anniversary