Screen printed on the front of the Mo Creole "Louisiana Creole Black T" is a full-color artistic rendering and symbolic representation of the transnational and multicultural banner of Creole Louisiana.

Originally designed by Eunice, La., native Pete Bergeron, in 1987, and later adopted by the Lafayette-based C.R.E.O.L.E. Inc. organization, in 1995, the Creole drapeau is an official bayou state parish flag.

The Louisiana Creole people, whose diaspora spans across the United States (Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, Nevada, California, Illinois, Maryland and New York) and traverses national borders, share historically deep cultural linkages with communities in West Africa, Spain, France, the Indigenous Americas and the Caribbean, particularly Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic.