This colorful t-shirt design uses icons to represent Peace (the peace symbol), Love (a heart shape), and Liberty (the Statue of Liberty in silhouette).
Do you know the history of the icon used to represent peace?
The British nuclear disarmament movement, notably associated with the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), is widely recognized for its distinctive emblem design -- commonly known simply as the peace sign or peace symbol. Conceived by artist Gerald Holtom in 1958, the symbol is a combination of the semaphore signals for the letters 'N' and 'D', standing for 'Nuclear Disarmament'. The upright line and the downward lines form the 'N', while the circle represents the 'D'. In the visual language of flags and maritime signals, this design means 'ND'. The symbol quickly transcended its initial context, becoming an international peace symbol. Its simplicity, openness, and powerful resonance with its core message of disarmament and peace, allowed it to become an enduring and universal icon recognized around the world.
The Peace Love Liberty t-shirt design showcased here uses distressed patches of color to back the icons: purple for Peace, red for Love, and green for Liberty. This is a great design for year-long wear, when you want to spread a positive message to those around you. It's great for political rallies, parades, days out and about, and everyday progressive wear.
Shown here on a unisex white tee, you can get this in cuts for kids and women, in several other pale colored shirts. Check out the options at the following link:
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