Micronational Vexillological Association
The Micronational Vexillological Association (MVA) was created in April, 2011 as one of the first micronational vexillological studies group. It was founded by Jerolin Aldelric based on the principles of a flag being, "simple and clean, yet having a certain symbolism and distinction among other flags. It must be easily recognizable from a distance and allocated to a certain country, place, or people."
Three Flag Groups
According to the NVA, there are three distinct groups of micronational flags: Original Flags, Historical Flags in Use, and "Bits and Pieces". Each gets their own different rankings.
- Original Flags- flags with an original and new design that is distinct from existing flags.
- Historical Flags- flags of past nations or areas put to new use.
- Bits and Pieces- uses parts of existing flags or reversed versions of those existing.
Joining the MVA is easy. All you have to do is ask to join on our talkpage. Just provide a picture of your flag, a link to your MicroWiki page, and an explanation of the symbols and colors on your flag.
|New Prussian Empire||Historical||5/5/2011 (Collapsed Later)|
|100px||Soviet Republic of Stodænna||Bits & Pieces||5/6/2011|
|Regency of Zephyr||Original||5/6/2011|
|Kingdom of Istoria||Original||5/6/2011|
|Commonwealth of Northern Australia||Historical (Derivative Original)||5/11/2011|
|The Boondocks||Bits & Pieces||6/2/2011|
|Federal Republic of Los Bay Petros||Original||6/2/2011|