The starting point was actually that Luke loves to draw flowers.
So which flower would be more suitable to express the construct hope better than a sunflower?
After all, it always grows towards the sun, its head held high and dies when it doesn't get enough light.
The words in the background represent the chaos of the injuries and trauma that the children have experienced.
In the design, the sunflower grows out of this chaos to cover it up and provide stability for positive change.
The bee on the front print helps to distribute the flowers and thus to let hope grow and bring it to other places.
Sunflower and bee symbolize the power and impact of Rays of Hope's activities.