Flag of Vladislavia

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State flag of Vladislavia
Cariɩ flamur Vladislavielor
Verd'landian Republic of Vladislavia

Flag of Vladislavia.svg

Adopted

2nd October 2016[1]

Usage

IFIS Vertical normal.svg

Aspect ratio

2:1

Authors
Author

Garsilig Hãkiut

Former flags

Flag of Vladislavia (2016-2017).svg
(2016-2017)


Flag of Vladislavia (Verd'landian: Flamur Vladislavielor; Czech: Vlajka Vladislávie) is the official symbol of Verd'landian Republic.

It was created to quickly replace the flag of Verd'landians which was in use at the first day of new country's existing.

Design

This flag is the green cloth with three equilateral stripes of yellow, blue and yellow colors. In left corner of flag there is a verdistic five-pointed star. Dimension of three stripes is 1/4 of flag's width, and their lower side is placed at 2/6 of flag's lower edge. Pentagram is located at 1/4 of flag's length and in the middle between stripe's upper edge and flag's upper side. This design hasn't special meaning. It was created to make the difference from ethnic Verd'landian flag without big change of style and colors.

The former flag had contained an yellow five-pointed star instead of ornament. Then it was changed to so called "Sekulɩar" - a rhombus composed of yellow and blue squares. Flag with rhombus was in use from October 2016 to December 2017 year. It was cancelled due to unfortunate number of squares (13) and total senselessness of Sekulɩar as "native" Verd'landian symbol. On the 25th December 2017, Sekulɩar was changed to pentagram.

Standarts

Rixdag of Vladislavia provides exact colors and aspect ratio of this flag and is not recommend an usage of another ones.

Colors

Color Green Yellow Blue
Pantone 568C 459C 7670C
RGB 0-107-91 204-205-99 87-81-149
CMYK 89-36-67-22 14-14-74-0 78-78-10-1
Hex #006b5b #e0cd63 #575195

Aspect ratio

Only proportion 2:1 is legal for this flag and it is regardless of user and purposes.

Variations

Other flags

Historical flags

References

  1. Earliest design.

See also