Che’s Wine Poster


A poster of Che and Ravin at More Vino, Woodbrook, Trinidad.

More Vino is an upscale wine bar catering to those Trinidadians who aim to be the connoisseurs of wine-tasting. Here you can evaluate the bouquet and body of an aged Chablis or Bordeaux. But rarely do the guests follow through with the protocol. These people may as well be sampling the local favorite, Charles Red Spanish Wine. However, the Bookman’s focus is on the fact that for five weeks, the lounge at MoreVino has invited two disk jockeys to boost their clientèle. Called the Amateurs.

Che and Ravin work the House with an eclectic mix of tunes – old and new. The Bookman has never heard a tamer House powered through small speakers and closely monitored by the More Vino staff. Woodbrook does not want to go the way of St. James with over the top noise levels. As a residential area it is quickly being replaced with so much commercial business that the old charm fights with choking traffic and the restaurant crowd.


One of Peter Doig’s weekly film posters – Packaged and shipped out.

But what is interest in the poster Mr. Lovelace used for this event, and its similarity with Peter Doig’s poster works from his Studio Film Club. It is a surprise to see Mr. Lovelace exploring the possibilities of creating a series of posters based on his observations on deejaying. It may be a long and committed venture with bigger intentions?
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Changing Venue, August 10th, 2006

The Armatures are changing their venue and this time Che Lovelace is producing posters for this gig at a popular night club called Zen



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