Students at Thomas Jefferson High School in Denver launched an interactive art project called UNITY.

The project was created to visually celebrate individuals' uniqueness connected by common threads.

Art pieces are labeled with identifiers such as "I am a student" -- "I am a survivor".

Using yarn, students tied a thread to each pole with which they identify.

At the end of it, a canopy of yarn is formed.

They made the exhibit in the school's front lawn.

Thursday was the final showing of the art display.