“Progress” Pride Enamel Pin by Daniel Quasar LGTBQI Flag
  • “Progress” Pride Enamel Pin by Daniel Quasar LGTBQI Flag
  • Enamel Pin
  • “Progress” Pride Enamel Pin by Daniel Quasar LGTBQI Flag
  • Enamel Pin
  • “Progress” Pride Enamel Pin by Daniel Quasar LGTBQI Flag
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“Progress” Pride Enamel Pin

€12.40
1 - 3 Days in Spain, 5 - 7 days in Europa, 7 - 20 days Rest of the world.

The “Progress” Pride Flag designed by Daniel Quasar, Enamel Pin!

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The “Progress” Pride Flag designed by Daniel Quasar is now an Enamel Pin! This Progress Initiative item gives back to those in need within our community.

Measures: 3,2 x 2 centimetros

Weight: 10 grams

By purchasing this Progress Initiative item, you are helping provide funding towards an LGBTQ organization in need.

This pin is handmade and features all eleven colors of the “Progress” Pride flag set in antique silver, giving it a timeless look and feel. There are two pins on the back so you can stick this on your clothes or anything else and trust its stability.

Pin produced by the amazing artists at Alchemy Merch. Check them out!

Made in the United States of America.

Daniel Quasar is a non-binary artist and graphic designer, known for the design of the Progress Pride flag: a variation of the rainbow pride flag that incorporates additional colors to explicitly represent trans people and LGBTQ communities of color.

In 2018 Quasar re-designed the existing rainbow flag in order to incorporate the transgender flag, as well as black and brown stripes to represent LGBT communities of color. The additional colors were added in a chevron shape along the hoist to represent forward movement. 

What began as a reboot of the Pride Flag, has evolved into the Progress Initiative. A message and movement, giving back to those most in need within our community. What this initiative aims to do is provide funding to organizations and charities that directly affect the lives of trans people of color, and some of the most marginalized individuals within our community.

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