7 April 2010

Flag Reform 2010

I am working on magazine number 9, called for now, Nation. It will be casting its pages towards the nations of the world. In it I am proposing some national flag reforms.

The guidelines are: 1. No text or any visual element that will appear backwards on the other side of the flag. 2. No complex fussy drawings, it should be able to be drawn by a child and seen from a distance. 3. No sucking up to powerful nations and adjacent nations with similar flags. 4. Less colours are better.

Below are some flags that I, currently, think are in need of a makeover.

AfghanistanAfghanistan AngolaAngola ArgentinaArgentina AustraliaAustralia BelgiumBelgium BelizeBelize BoliviaBolivia BrazilBrazil BhutanBhutan CambodiaCambodia CroatiaCroatia EcuadorEcuador EgyptEgypt El SalvadorEl Salvador Equatorial GuineaEquatorial Guinea FijiFiji GuatemalaGuatemala IraqIraq KosovoKosovo LiberiaLiberia LiechtensteinLiechtenstein MalaysiaMalaysia MaltaMalta MexicoMexico MoldovaMoldova MontenegroMontenegro MozambiqueMozambique New ZealandNew Zealand OmanOman ParaguayParaguay PortugalPortugal San MarinoSan Marino Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia SerbiaSerbia SolvakiaSolvakia


SpainSpain Vatican CityVatican City TuvaluTuvalu UruguayUruguay

Please let me know if I missed any dour banners, or if you think any of the listed are fine and wonderful flags and I should leave it be.


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