Haiti's own Banksy!
His graffiti can be found all over Petionville and downtown Port-au-Prince. It carries both a satirical humor and political message. Much of it is repeated in different parts of the city, and a few imitations can be seen, but we know its a Jerry, when we see his signature, not the 'r's' are without the back, so one would think it says Jezzy but from our good Haitian source, his name is Jerry.
Throughout my time in Haiti, one thing I look out for are Jerry graffiti. On site visits, general driving around or during my lunch breaks if I see any I would try to photograph them.
One of the first I documented. Its ironic seeing that Haiti is also in need of help, but Pakistan is depicted here due to the recent floods.
Haitians are crazy about football here, and the two main teams they support are Brazil and Argentina.
Here you see a football fan dressed in the Haitian flag colours holding the Brazilian and Argentinian flags.
He likes to sketch out Haitian women and children. Either in full form like above or just the faces like below.