“Peaceful World with Reggae”.
In the poster, the pixels show the digitalization of the world. And the text ‘music of peace’ highlighting through the pixels shows, even the world is digitalizing the reggae music can bring peace into you. The colors give the mood of reggae music and the peace you can gain from listen to reggae music. Through the poster it interprets the message that reggae music can brings peace to the world.
One of the interactive effects of this poster is when viewer look from distance the text can be seen clearly. Which means to invites the viewers to take a wide look into reggae music where they will able to find peace and love themselves.

Clap for Queens of Reggae | United States

My initial inspiration was sparked by Mikayla “Koffee” Simpson winning the 2020 Grammy Award for Best Reggae album, making her the first woman to take home that award since the category was added in 1985.

Koffee’s win comes at a time just as female reggae artists are rising in popularity internationally, bucking the trend of being overshadowed by their male counterparts.

Before designing this poster, I had very little knowledge about reggae music. During my research, I discovered so many talented women, like Etana, Queen Ifrica, Grace Jones, Rihanna, Lady Saw, Lila Ike, Shenseea, Sister Nancy, Jah9, Jane Macgizmo, and many others. I would put them all on my poster if I could.

Their music inspired me to create “Clap for Queens of Reggae,” a colorful homage to all female reggae artists. The goddess of music is at the center, wearing the traditional colors of Jamaica. She watches over the two women who represent traditional and modern reggae. They have come a long way, but there is still much work to do.

With this poster, I hope to send a message of awareness, hope, and inspiration while also celebrating the contributions that reggae music has brought to the world.