In a city with so many artists, one would wonder why someone did not started a movement to redesign New York’s very boring flag. If you search the internet, plenty have tried to come up with a better design. The orange and blue colors recall the city’s Dutch heritage, but the possibilities are endless to […]
Fresno city flag is one of the flags that can be associated with an early 21st century infographic. Gear and a similar looking sun and a Fresno plant on a tri color background. But beyond the odd flag design, the color palette looks appealing to the eye.
As far as seals go, Atlanta city flag can be considered as a city flag better than most. But lack of contrast between the seal text and the phoenix rising from the ashes makes it very hard to read. Unfortunately, the phoenix details really blends in to the rest of the seal makes it hard […]
Normally city flags with seals on a white background look better than those on blue backgrounds, simply because there are so many of the blue ones. However, Oklahoma city flag can be clasified as a bed sheet because its design looks too simple and boring.
Quebec was always a hotbed of nationalistic sentiment. Quebec became the first province in Canada to design it’s own distinctive flag in 1948. Like the Maple Leaf flag, it doesn’t have any distictive or specific symbolism. But it is made from the Fleur-de-lis and a cross to remind memories of the medieval flags of royal France.
Manitoba and Ontario are the two provinces that never changed their the flag during the re-designing fashion that swept the rest of Canada in the late 20th century. Both are still using the Red Ensigns as a result. The Manitoba flag uses the province’s coat of arms with a buffalo which is the official provincial […]
Wisconsin state flag was adopted in 1981. The Wisconsin state flag was first used in 1866 by the military regiments in Wisconsin. In 1979, the flag was changed and “WISCONSIN” and “1848” was added to the design already included the state coat of arms in order to distinguish it from other state flags with a blue […]
Vermont State Flag was adopted in 1923. Until 1804, Vermont used the state’s famed militia’s flag as its state flag. It was a green flag of the Green Mountain Boys. From 1804 to 1923, the official state flags were two slightly varying version of the United States flag. To eleminate the confusion caused by the […]
The latest South Dakota State Flag was adopted in 1992. The current flag of South Dakota has changed from its original form that consisted of a sky blue field with a blazing sun in gold. with the South Dakota and The Sunshine State imprinted above and below. The state seal replaced the sun in 1963, […]