A buyers guide to our national flag

22 Oct 2015 by Dan Collins
5 NZ flag design finalists
Recently it feels as if the flag debate has taken a chill pill and decided to calm down for a wee while. In this calm there has been an interesting article written called ‘ A buyers guide to flag design’
 
This article takes the 5 criteria for flag design that the Designers Institute of New Zealand provided for the flag design process and tries to rate them as objectively as possible.
 
Check it out here.
 
 
Do you agree with the articles winner?
Tags: Creative
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