Together - It’s Nice That
In response to the crisis, seven creatives draw rainbows to signify “this storm will pass”
Pictures of rainbows have been springing up as a reminder that we are still united, even in isolation. We asked seven of our fave creatives to contribute to this trend by producing an artwork featuring this new symbol of hope.
On the other side of world, but facing many of same daily struggles as we are is Kris Andrew Small. Kris’ work often takes societal issues and channels them through loud, abstract and typographic visuals. That’s not to say his work is heavy, though, in fact, his portfolio is one of utter exuberance. In true fashion, Kris, therefore, took this situation and put his positive take on it: “While it’s sad that it often takes a tragedy to bring humans together, it is still beautiful when it happens. I wanted to make a piece that reminded people that together, no matter what race, gender, age, sexual orientation or anything else, the only way we can get through this is together. I really hope that the planet takes this opportunity to realise we are all a lot more alike than we think, with a simple goal of surviving life together.”.