Human Rights T-Shirt
By Agatha Yin - Architecture Student At University Of Manitoba
The idea behind this design is simply to describe a state of mind health. The design is the location in the Human Rights Museum in Winnipeg, one of the proud landmarks we have had since 2016, the colours that are used are separated into two categories, warm and cold. The walls are covered with cold colour signifies the lone side of being alone when your mental health is collapsing, and the bridges are filled with warm colours to represent the care and love you receive, meaning you are not alone in this. The whole design’s main idea was to remind the young ones that when your mental health are in at
its best, don’t be afraid to ask for help, for love and care will always be there when needed.
Photos By Linoy Levin