Creative communities have always valued diversity for the perspective, insight and innovation it brings

Without diversity, new ways of seeing and being in the world would not be possible.  In this week’s Creative Inspiration blog we take a look at just some of our favourite campaigns from PRIDE month. We stand proud as allies to all our LGBTQ+ colleagues, friends and family. You’re fabulous!

Pride by Steve Aparicio

This series of illustrations was developed in 2018 with the intention to be incorporated into fabrics. The artist was inspired by diversity and freedom to love and his artwork celebrates the LGBTQ+ community.


Type With Pride: The Gilbert Font Project

This font was created in memory of Gilbert Baker, the creator of the iconic rainbow flag that represents the LGBTQ+ community. NewFest and NYC Pride partnered with Ogilvy & Mather, and font creation toolmaker Fontself, to craft free fonts inspired by the design language of the iconic Rainbow Flag. The typeface was named ‘Gilbert’ after Mr. Baker.


Let’s Get Better Together by OC May

The artist of this collection says, “A real love is blind and regardless of color & sex. Love can make the world become more peaceful. The word is so big, how lucky you are when u you a person who love each other”. This message certainly shines through in these brilliant and unique illustrations.


The ‘Inspiration of the Week’ blog is the design seeking work of ‘Right on the Line’, a Marketing and Graphic Design studio based in Hampshire, UK. From illustration and animation, to typography and design, we curate the most inspirational works we can find and share them with you.

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