This piece was designed to honor LGBTQ+ history - "The Pink Triangle."

Duing the holocaust, prisoners in Nazi concentration camps were required to wear badges which identifed their reason for being imprisoned, and the pink triangle was used to determine gay and bisexual men, as well as transgender people. They underwent bizzare conversion torture and forced injections. After the camps were shut down at the end of WWII, many queer prisoners were re-incarceated due to the laws against homosexuality that remained in place in 1969 (and West Germany until 1994).


In the 1970s, gay liberation advocated began to reclaim the pink triangle, turning it into a symbol of protest. This design is our version of the pink triangle symbol of protest, as we stand with our LBGTQIA+ community.


This piece is also handcrafted from wood recovered from century year old Minneapolis homes.


It comes with hanging gear attached to the back to hang easily. Lightweight, and perfect for a touch with lots of character to your space!


    • Info

      • We can accommodate custom color requests for this design. Please send us a message to discuss & be sure to leave a note on your order.

      • Not made to withstand outdoor elements.

      • Due to the custom nature of wood & size selected, your item received may vary slightly from listing pictures. We take great care in the handcrafted production of our items.

      • If you aren't local pickup, we ship via UPS ground and will provide you the tracking number once shipped. Each item is packaged with care, and bublewrap/styrofoam to protect it. Once you item leaves our shop, we are not liable for any damage in shipping or lost in transit issues. However, there is insurance on the items we ship with UPS, so in the are occassion there is an issue, just reach out!