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Swedish designer Oskar Pernefeldt’s graduation project for the Beckmans College of Design is an impressively professional proposal for a single flag to represent the entirety of the world we live on. His design for the flag is smart and quite plausible, but the reasoning he puts forth for it, outlined in the video above, is where his thinking truly shines. That, and the numerous immaculately realized renderings of the flag in hypothetical uses.
More information at flagofplanetearth.com.+