....the thing with flags is you can see them from both sides and that could cause confusion
I'm going all Black Hole / White Hole with this
the verso shall be inverted colour-wise
white noise out...
This has become an awful, awful, awful process.
This has become an awful, awful, awful lawful process...
It’s perfect design-by-committee.
an oldie but a goodie...
Ferndale: a Clip Art Nation…
all four look digitally designed,
there is no humanity to any of them…
and how hard would it be to have a one step, two question referendum?
<Picture of current flag:>
Q1; Do you wish to change the current NZ flag?
_ No. Thank you for your time.*
_ Yes. Go to Q2
Q2: Which of the following four would you like to replace the current flag.
<pictures of the Ferndale Four>
(Tick or circle one: A B C D )
all you’d need would be over 50% of Q1 answers to be Yes to activate choices from Q2
*or it could give people who vote No the chance to still indicate a preference – (Q2: If change is inevitable, which of the following four would you prefer to replace the current flag.) – which would be nicer, and the right thing to do
(just as putting No first on Q1 for those lazy ‘first option fillers’..
Why the two-step?
…unless it is the Entropy Waltz…?
…take your partners
dose a dose
…this one would be my pick.
is it a fluke it looks a bit like a Trematode ?
or a spearhead…
the McDuck tartan
of course ducks were very early web adopters...
...and here is the Dalziel tartan (above)