Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain
I’ve always considered Trinidad to be perhaps have the most politically evolved artistry in the Caribbean. This is a great graffiti confirming the same! Great shot!
This is great work, and I imagine that it provides an opportunity for many people to re-encounter, re-read, and re-evaluate their own city space through new eyes. Coincidentally, a few years back on H-Caribbean (an academic discussion list, but anyone can join it) there was discussion about the general absence of graffiti from walls in the English-speaking Caribbean. Things can change quickly, although I think in the past there was graffiti, but mostly text: “Is Spanish Thyme now!” was one of my favourites. Again, thanks very much for sharing this.
Ooo it was in the savannah… which part? i love this guy’sstuff… he is sooo evocative…
Near the paddock entrance, the entrance/exit almost directly opposite the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. If you look carefully when you’re driving around, you can see it from the roadway, and even from the pavement.
…and how’re you so sure it’s a guy?
steups … that is one brave#$@ lady then 😆
You is a real trip when yuh ready! 😆
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