Daniel Quasar, a digital designer based in the US, wanted to see a more inclusive flag. He has done so by the addition of five coulours in triangular format to represent gay people of colour and the transgender community. He has called the flag Progress A Pride Flag Reboot and currently has a Kickstarter campaign for an initial production of 500 flags.
Speaking about the new design Quasar says; "
When the Pride flag was recreated in the last year to include both black/brown stripes as well as the trans stripes included this year, I wanted to see if there could be more emphasis in the design of the flag to give it more meaning.
The initial idea was important because I felt like I could bring something to the table when it came to the way the flag was shifting within the community. I am a designer and I wanted to make a change where I saw there was an opportunity. A positive change, in my mind at least."
You can visit his Kickstarter page HERE
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