Port-au-Prince: In Living Colour

In Port-au-Prince Haiti last week, amid the rubble, what also struck us was the amazing colour on display, from the ‘tap-tap’ buses to the street art and sculptures at every turn, we were there to see.

More from FIRST’s trip to Haiti:

VIDEO: Return to the Trembling Heart: Grand Rue, Port-au-Prince
PHOTO-ESSAY: Into the Trembling Heart: Five hours in Port-au-Prince

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3 Responses

  1. Wow. Wonderful photos and you are right about the colours.

    Sort of disturbing though… faces everywhere in everything.

  2. Lovely photoreport – love the vibrant colors of the living amid all the death and destruction this looks like collage of items recovered from the rubble mixed with previous artwork even human remains something like what Lee Scratch Perry would assemble, Crazy colorful collages Thanks for sharing these peter ..Love your work

  3. Beautiful photos, love the colour.

    Those dolls are creepy.

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