One flag for the forgotten ones. Designed in partnership with the refugee Sara Said, a symbol for solidarity but also a reference to the brave souls that had to wear lifevests to cross the sea to look for safety in a new country.
Amnesty — The Refugee nation

The Flag


“A tremendous idea to bring the world together to support refugees.”

Eric Ferrero, Amnesty International.

“A potent symbol for those who didn’t have one”


“The flag marks a crucial moment in the contemporary history”

V&A Museum

"Brilliant design that connects emotionally with everybody"

Bruce Duckworth, D&AD President


Cannes Lions 2017
1 Grand Prix for Good
1 Titanium
7 Gold Lions
4 Silver Lions
5 Bronze Lions


Yellow Pencil - Outdoor
Wooden Pencil – PR
Wooden Pencil – Media
President's Pick ( Second best of Show)


One Show
Best of Show
Best of Design
Best of Cross-Platform
Gold - Branding Design:Logo
Gold - Cross-Platform:Experiential Guerilla


New York Festivals
NY Festivals First Prize - PR
NY Festivals First Prize - Design
NY Festivals Grand Prize - Design


Museums and Exhibitions:

MoMA (NYC): Permanent Collection

Victoria & Albert (London): Permanent Collection and Rapid Response Collection

Stedelijk (Amsterdam): Solution or Utopia? Design For Refugees

Vienna Biennale: The Utopia of New Design

Estoril Conferences: Global Migration Exhibition

Kansas Art Institute: Project Wall