September Celebrations are here!
John chose country flags to populate the scales of the koi fish representing the many different cultures that populate New York City. We also love the fact that it represents the many different cultures that make up Andaz 5th Avenue.
I WANT that book!
This is the most incredible thing I’ve ever seen.
i love this .
This must be more than a few years old, since aside from lacking South Sudan, I spot the old Rwandan flag as well. Of course, Libya’s flag has also changed since then, but that’s even more recent.
That pre-2001 Rwanda flag must be an error because the map also has the post-2006 DR Congo flag. Other slip-ups: no Burundi, no stripes on Liberia, and the Namibian sun looks wrong. Oh well, still cool.
32 flags on a shoe
This summer I decided to make 60 world flags out of American condiments: mustard, ketchup, may, relish, and mustard+ketchup for orange. I don’t know why I did it, but it made me happy. please enjoy: http://tankhughes.com/?cat=244
Whoa, I don’t know when this submission was received and I’m sorry I’m only posting it now! This is so creative! Please check out these flags! Here is an example: