Ariadne’s note: We would like to welcome a talented youth artist and graphic designer Kwame Agyare Yirenkyi!
He is a nominee for the World Poetry Empowered Youth Artist and Graphic Designer at the World Poetry Canada International Peace Festival April 4-30th. World Poetry feels that it is important to promote youth. They are our shinning lights and our future and will make a positive difference in the world.
Kwame Agyare Yirenkyi lives in Ghana and an Artist/Graphic Designer. A distinguished member of the International Society of Poets Maryland U.S.A.
Kwame holds a certificate of attendance and participation – African Collegiate Entrepreneurs Ghana National Conference (A.C.E.). THEME: Unlocking Your Entrepreneurial Potential for Wealth Creation. He also volunteered as an Electoral Assistant in the Tema Metropolis during the 2000 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections, Ghana.
He is an Assistant Traffic Officer, a former student of Presbyterian Secondary High School-Tema and holds a Higher National Diploma in Graphic Design from Takoradi Polytechnic, Institute of Commercial Management-UK, and finds art as a tool of promoting peace and conquering the opponent with love.You can reach the Artist/Graphic Designer at email@example.com.
Here is a sample of some of his work.
“The Peace Africa image reflects the thought, heart, and souls of the African child, messaging love and echoing that, war is an outmoded way of settling disputes. Africa has suffered concoctions of tensions and this art, portrays the new African spirit of oneness and the call to peace within all quarters on our continent.” Kwame Agyare Yirenkyi.
“The Peace and Love poster also reflects how the world has gone through suffering and war. When we all come together us as one and put aside each other’s differences there will be peace, love and happiness in the world.”
Kwame Agyare Yirenkyi.
“This is a little statement about Bob Marley.
Bob Marley was one of the greatest legends of reggae music ever lived. He once said and I quote “We should really love each other in peace and harmony, instead we’re fussing, fighting like we ain’t supposed to be“.
He also fought for freedom from slavery as he said “Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds. Won’t you help to sing the songs of freedom”. Sent by Kwame Agyare Yirenkyi