Weaving Love, Creating "Hope": Textile design

Competition Details

Everyone needs hope.

by andreagarzae
Co-authors: Universidad de Monterrey

As we know the word hope can be represented in many ways, I chose to represent the meaning of hope in the country of India by putting the chakra that is in the Indian flag and that represents Gandhi since he started using the wheel, symbol of the easy peasant life and the revival of industries such as spinning manual and crafts to reach for independence. The candle is the light that people need to see that there is always an opportunity in life even though we think there’s nothing left there's always a chance to succeed in our lives.
The colors that I chose was orange, yellow and blue since the bright colors in India mean fate and hope and they’re also in the Indian flag. The white color means peace worldwide and that’s the reason I decided to chose them.