Flags vs. logos, slack designs, Oceania proposal, a snail congress, and more.
Flag proportions, a letter to Dear Abby, God’s name on flags, home sewn flags, photography from Oregon’s fires, flags from a 2000 time capsule, and more.
Mississippi’s flag comes down, Tending veterans’ grave flags, The many uses of flag patches, Flags at the end of the Alaska Highway, Lima ≠ Quarantine, and more.
Flags in the Time of COVID-19, design conversation with John Cartledge, flags in the style of another, women’s suffrage flags, “Rogue States”, and much more.
Flag use has long played a prominent role in times of crisis, and the Covid-19 pandemic is no exception. Here are some ways that flags are in the news and social media.
Flags that try to represent each one instead of everyone, re-imagining the Canadian national arms, Cincinnati neighborhood flags, quarantine and Covid-19 flags, the International Personal Flag Registry, and much more.
Roman Klimeš pays tribute to the internationally famous vexillologist Alfred Znamierowski (1940-2019).
Issue 80 features an obituary for Alfred Znamierowski, a detailed rating of the design of Portland’s flag by a Russian vexillologist, and a new flag quiz by Bard and Benjamin Cosman, and many other vexi-notes.
The innovative CinciFlags project has concluded with an official flag for each of the 52 neighborhoods of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is an impressive accomplishment, with generally high-quality and meaningful designs with consistent style.
Above: Iron Front flag on display in Providence Park. Photo by Kris Lattimore. By Scott Mainwaring, Vexilloid Tabloid #79 For much of the 2019 Major League Soccer season, league officials were engaged in a stand-off with some of MLS’s most passionate fan groups over the league’s decision to ban display of what it deemed “political” […]