Flags in their true form have a sense of formality, but I’m more likely to dispense with that when I use them in my interiors. Don’t get me wrong, I love the history of the colours and patterns, but I love them draped casually rather than flying up the mast. I especially love when the history of a flag is visible in its state. I don’t mind a tattered edge of a bit of sun-bleaching. I’m also quite partial to unofficial flags, which is why I designed my own range. Take your pick from an anchor, shield, arrow or bullseye flag, all symbols close to my heart. I use them to soften hard lines or make doorways more welcoming, but really the only limit is your imagination. You might find yourself wanting to design your own flag to fly high.

The Alphabet Of Objects
A is for…       B is for…
C is for…       D is for…
E is for…

Written by Adam TSI Byron — October 24, 2019

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