Saturday, March 25, 2006

"We Unite"and "Loverman Boy"

Dudeman, a hidden gem at Sea Lots, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

On the shady streets in Sea Lots, Port of Spain, Trinidad, graffiti is scrawled on dilapidated buildings, and stolen cars are chopped and burnt. But at a cul de sac, a gem is uncovered. The words, We Unit (unite) is expressed in a wall painting of a boy ready to combat drugs with his fist. The artist behind these characters is uplifting a community from its surrounding poverty.

Popeye, Olive Oyl, and
Batman over the city of Port of Spain, Trinidad

An inscription of a fallen lover named, Sherwin

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