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Kevin Welslau

Kevin Welslau is a versitale artist. Painting and

music are his main passions.

Very well known in the Belgian reggae scene as MC but his number one priority is painting. Be sure to visit his Tumblr page to see his beautiful paintings. Monkeys, nature, life and death are topics which recur a lot in his work. But always in a surrealistic world as seen through his eyes.

He created the logo for I-Topia and Three last designs for the Roots & Culture events in Antwerp were also painted by him. You can see them on:

This “african dub” design is his first contribution for  print on Textile. More to follow!

Philip Paquet

Philip Paquet : illustrator, comics artist, tattoo artist, painter, musician…but above all storyteller.
He published his first comic, a short story, in 1998. Since then he has created many more.
Variation is important, got to keep on moving.

P is best known for his Louis Armstrong graphic novel :
“This book feels as personal to Philip Paquet as the words to Satchmo himself. Paquet’s unique watercolor style gives Louis Armstrong an unmistakable sense of nostalgia that reaches deep into the memory of a great man and gives a certain clarity to an already distinctive voice.” Allen Hui.

Andreas Peeters

“Het afgelopen decennium kampte Andreas Peeters met een lichte obsessie voor reggaemuziek in al zijn vormen. Die obsessie uitte zich o.a. in een bijzonder hardnekkige vinylverslaving, maar ook in een reeks tekeningen en grafisch werk, die hij ondertekent met zijn initialen AP.
Tijdens de laatste vijf jaar werkte hij aan de Belgische dubdocumentaire BelDub, die deze zomer te zien was op Acht TV.”

Juli Jupter

Juli Jupter
Born and raised in Ilheus, Bahia, Brasil 1988.
Juli is a self taught artist with a big urge to express herself. Through drawing, dancing, singing and making music.
Coming from a home schooled base everything she makes is based on talent, the urge to perfection and an obsession to be a full-time artist. She is an artist in many ways with lots of promises towards the future.
In her paintings you see fairy and idyllic characters but in the details you can see also the hard life she comes from. With the typical, colorful South-American style the paintings look like they have been taken straight out of a fairy tale.
For I-Topia she delivered a drawing of a drummer which relates perfect with what we stand for. The drum, music coming straight from the heart. That’s why we called it “Heart, drum, beat”
If you want to order this drawing on paper print or an original painting you can get in contact with Juli Jupter by clicking on her name.

Griet vingerhoets

Griet vingerhoets is passionated about drawing and makes art with all materials available. Wood, paper, metal…

she spends a lot of her free time on making most beautiful work. being Part of the first i-topia expo Griet made wooden figures in the shape of animals and used them to make a holder for old fashioned music cassettes. Also a big recycled wooden circle where she burned on her inspiration for this T-shirt.

This work is called: “promised land“

You can see and buy the cassette holders in our

webshop! You can also send request to order your own animal by sending mail to

Griet will Get in touch with you and see what the possibilities are.

Pictures of her other works can be seen on:

Ethel Laka

Ethel Laka

is a female Tattoo artist in South Africa, Johannesburg.

She specializes in fine Arts as her speciality and proceeded to take up tattooing as a career from around 2004. She owns and runs her own professional studio at home.

She have been part builder of the Kebra Ethiopia sound system since its inception and has a deep love and
passion for Reggae music and Sound System Culture.

This has been a close to heart project as it infuses her love of art and creativity within the Reggae movement as she has come to know it in her homestead, deeply rooted in daily live.

You can see more of her fine works or get in contact for artwork questions on:

We affirm our cultural essence and spirit with these T-shirt prints in Association with I-Topia. As is our sound system ethos, a continuation and unrelenting challenge to systematic oppression.

Thereby using Reggae music as an imperative means to black consciousness, social grace and humanism.

Gorka González Delgado

Gorka González Delgado,

is a young designer from Basque Country, in the north of Spain, close to the french border.
Designer on his own, and cofounder of the Gudaridub community in spain. Related to reggae and especially, with the Spanish sound system culture. he is Known for his sound system vectors throughout the planet and his photoshop montages, relating famous people to this dubculture. he focuses mainly on the design of posters, logos and other types of graphic works, generally related to reggae.

For i-topia he made a design called “steppa dub” which was inspired by the open air, free soundsystem sessions they organise on the steppe (or mountains) in spain. They take a generator and soundsystem and have their free dances. Music for the people!

You can find his, mostly black & white, pictures and other works on his instagram account:
get in contact with Gorka on facebookgorkadub”

or through mail: