In Lithuanian, “egzistuoti kartu” means “coexist”. This word means that all religions can coexist peacefully without any opposition to each other. The first, original, version of this mark was created in 2000 by Polish graphic designer Piotr Młodożeniec. Twenty years later, this work appeared on the roof of one Vilnius building, but it is not easily noticeable. The meaning of this message remains relevant even now, so every passer-by will notice it during the festival.