While each flag is unique, most are based on common sets of principles. This category serves as a introduction to basics in flag design and history.
When thinking of all of the different flags of the world, it is truly astonishing that so many different designs can be put on a […]
Whether in an office, at a parade, in a government building, or any number of places, our American readers have probably seen an American or […]
Do the North and South Poles have flags? In both cases, the short answer is “kind of.” Here are the long answers: North Pole A […]
Flags and boats have had a close relationship for several centuries. At sea, flags have many uses, from communication to identification, even threatening others. In […]
As I’ve covered in my state flag ranking post, the number of poorly designed state flags far outweigh the good ones. Let’s look at two […]
Flags are, quite literally, a world standard. Your country, state/providence, county, city, school, company you work for, religion, and social clubs all most likely have […]
Odds are if you’ve ever purchased a flag online or at a store, it was probably 3 ft. by 5 ft. or 4 ft. by […]