In 1984, the Soviets boycotted the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California. They did this as a response to the US-led boycott of the Moscow 1980 Summer Olympics.
But also in 1984, Tetris was released by Russian game designer Alexey Pajitnov. This game eventually became the first entertainment software to be exported from the USSR to the United States.
Amid conflict, they found commonality. Through commonality, a shared culture is born.
Tetris is that game everyone knows, but barely anyone appreciates. Aurum Speak designed this bracelet as a sign of friendship. Tetris blocks become one, the same way the Eastern and Western bloc sorted their differences out.