Thirteen British colonies in North America declared independence and the starting point for a free United States. Representatives from Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Virginia, New York, and Connecticut, a group of five handwritten and drafted this The original version of the Declaration of Independence has disappeared, and only the copy remains. This makes us even more want to adopt it as the reason for the design branch. It is quite suitable for both meaning and physical retention.
"We believe that the following truths are self-evident: all human beings are created equal, and the Creator has granted them certain inalienable rights, including the right to life, freedom, and the right to pursue happiness." This is the preface of the declaration.
The whole is full of freedom, equality, human rights and other human rights pursuits at birth. In the 1960s, the black civil rights leader Martin Luther King also used the Declaration of Independence as a basis to believe that white Americans and the government should face up to the rights of citizens of color.
The front is arranged with neat and tangible text, the fonts on the left and right arms are the English characters wildly representing this democracy, and the back is presented with the inscription of the Declaration of Independence. The color is gray and dark as if the sinisters of the real world continue to destroy the noble quality of mankind. The declaration of independence remaining in the middle shows people's ultimate desire for freedom and equality, just like the declaration engraved on this inscription, which will be hidden in the heart forever and will never be erased.