Unity in Diversity Flag

Rallying for unity in divisive times

Research · Visual design · Web design


The Unity in Diversity flag is a symbol of unity in the midst of our social differences. It is made for those who want to create community, not division; those who are exhausted of the “us versus them” narrative, and are wary about any kind of ideological radicalism.

The project was first exhibited for two weeks at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, in August 2017. It was then showcased in an article in Vexillum, the North American Vexillological Association magazine in June 2018. Finally, it became the centerpiece and theme of an artistic exhibition at Works/San Jose, where dozens of artists created pieces inspired by the flag concept, in February 2019.

To learn more, visit the project website and the Instagram account.