RAS is a 200+ page coffee table book produced and published by James Robertson & Alison Cromie through Watersource Publishing. RAS documents the creative journey of Rastafarians and the influence Ras culture has on individuals inspired by creative vibes. From Philosophy to Ganja, RAS visually captures the lifestyle of Jamaican Rastafarians and dreadlock bearing artists alike, with a focus on the mystical connection that unifies them globally. Documented in over 15 countries, RAS contains unpublished photographs of both Peter Tosh and Mortimo Planno, with historical research from Marc Emery. RAS is both a collectible art and literature that connects directly with the international network of the Rastafarian creative community. RAS-BOOK.COM
We built a coffee pocket within the existing Community 54 store to fuel the community of Parkdale. We carried a bean Cut Coffee that was roasted in Parkdale just a block away, and also had a gallery space where we would have exhibits of local artists from Parkdale.
Gallery Booklet for available artwork