Steel Sculpture With Led Art For Gay Pride
Mark Allyn Artistic Journal
Clothing, Jewelry, and Light Artist in Bellingham, Washington
Steel Sculpture With Led Art For Gay Pride
The Nazis used the pink triangle to mark homosexual prisoners during the holocaust. Homosexual prisoners were among the worst treated of all prisoners.

The pink symbol has been since appropriated by the gay community and is now the official international symbol for gay pride.

The rainbow light along the edge of the symbol symbolizes diversity.

The heavy steel triangle symbolizes a strong foundations as well as a place for sanctuary.

This light art sculpture is entirely from scrap materials from the Rebuilding Center in Portland, Oregon.