The stone 4 design was a term coined in 2016 by designer Mark Rieger to describe a design that was created to commemorate a fallen soldier’s service.
It was originally designed to mark the 4th of July, and was a reference to the time when Americans commemorate fallen service members on the anniversary of their death.
Riegers said the design has been popular for years because it’s not an overstatement of the seriousness of the moment.
“It’s a tribute to all those who have given their lives in the service of this country,” he said.
“There’s so many ways to honour people who’ve lost their lives, but there’s also so many that just can’t be remembered in a way that is dignified and meaningful.”
We’ve come to the point where we need to create a piece of art that’s just meaningful, and not so much for those who’ve already served.
It’s timeless.” “
It’s not a throwback or a joke, it doesn’t matter.
A memorial stone design for the fallen soldier, Stone 4, which was commissioned by the American Red Cross, was created for the 4 th of July in honor of US soldier James Stone.
Rieger said it was important to make a tribute that was “not so much about who the fallen hero was, but about what they achieved.”
“The Stone 4 was designed to make this point,” he told the ABC.
Riergers said he wanted to honour the fallen soldiers’ families, and he wanted it made as a memorial that people would look back on and say, ‘That was the year that we remembered those who fought for us.'” “
It was very important to me that I wanted to make that clear, and I wanted it to reflect the sacrifice and honor of these men and women who have done so much to make America great.”
Riergers said he wanted to honour the fallen soldiers’ families, and he wanted it made as a memorial that people would look back on and say, ‘That was the year that we remembered those who fought for us.’
“The project was commissioned to commemorate the fallen troops service, but it has also received the blessing of the US Secret Service.
Stone 4 was a collaborative effort between Riegger, an artist and designer, and artist Matt McElroy, who was commissioned.
The stone design was unveiled at the 2016 American Red War Memorial’s 25th anniversary in Washington, DC, and is available to view for free online.
It has been described as the world’s largest stone 4.
‘A little bit of history’Riegers, a native of Canada, said he was inspired by the 4 year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. “
In the end, the 4 was born out of a desire to pay tribute to the people who made this possible,” he wrote in a Facebook post.
‘A little bit of history’Riegers, a native of Canada, said he was inspired by the 4 year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
He said the project was designed in response to what he called “a little bit, a little bit” of history that has occurred since the attacks, and what he said is that history has a way of moving forward.
“I think it’s important to acknowledge that we’ve had an incredibly painful, traumatic year and a lot of people have been impacted by the events of 9/10,” he explained.
A soldier’s memorial stone at a memorial to the fallen American soldier James C. Stone, in New York City.
“So it was kind of important to take that history and apply it to Stone 4.”
The design, which features a stone covered with blue and white stripes, was unveiled on July 4, and Rieber said he hoped people would be able to connect with the stone design.
In addition to the US military, the design was also unveiled at a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, which has been memorialised as the “Red Cross Cemetery”.
The Stone 5 design is designed by Mark Rierger, who has also designed the stone 6 and 7 designs.
One of the designs featured on the 4, 5 and 6 stone designs.