By: Brian Jahn
Tags: Bob Marley, Enviornmental portraits, Ganja, haile selassie, Jamaica, Jamaican Music, Kingston, Marcus Garvey, National Heroes, Photography, Portrait Photography, Rasta, Rastafari, Reggae Legend, Reggae Legends, Reggae music, Roots & Culture, Roots Reggae, Roots Rock Reggae, soursop juice, street art, Trench town
Category: Africa, Bob Marley, City, Culture, Dancehall Reggae, Ganja, Graffitti, Historical Jamaica, Jamaica, Jamaican Art, Jamaican History, Jamaican Music, Kingston, Musician, Rastafari, reggae, Reggae Legend, Roots Reggae, Trench Town, Water House
|Camera:||Canon EOS 5D|
I was my way home one day and decided to stop and get some fresh soursop juice from Harry Joseph’s juice place and saw this painted on the wall across the street. One thing I’ve always loved about Kingston is the variety of street art. It just pops up when and where you least expect it, and there’s no shortage of artist around town doing some great work. Some of the most common themes of course are Bob Marley, Marcus Garvey & Haile Selassie.