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YPG Martyr portrait template by KisaragiIvanov YPG Martyr portrait template :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 0 0 Proposed Coat of Arms for Mie Prefecture by KisaragiIvanov Proposed Coat of Arms for Mie Prefecture :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 0 0 Proposed Coat of Arms for Osaka city () by KisaragiIvanov Proposed Coat of Arms for Osaka city () :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 1 0 German Empire grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov German Empire grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 2 0 Austria grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Austria grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 0 0 Livonia grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Livonia grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 0 0 Peru grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Peru grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 1 0 Hungary grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Hungary grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 0 0 Habsburg Austria grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Habsburg Austria grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 0 0 Finland grunge flag 2 by KisaragiIvanov Finland grunge flag 2 :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 1 3 Finland grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Finland grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 4 0 Soviet Belarus flag by KisaragiIvanov Soviet Belarus flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 2 0 Palestine grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Palestine grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 5 0 Estonia grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Estonia grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 3 0 Pahang grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Pahang grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 0 0 Ayyubid Dynasty grunge flag by KisaragiIvanov Ayyubid Dynasty grunge flag :iconkisaragiivanov:KisaragiIvanov 0 0


Violet Evergarden by Akashicchan Violet Evergarden :iconakashicchan:Akashicchan 128 25 The Alt-Right by RednBlackSalamander The Alt-Right :iconrednblacksalamander:RednBlackSalamander 104 148 Counterterrorism by RednBlackSalamander Counterterrorism :iconrednblacksalamander:RednBlackSalamander 51 42 Mizuki by cac-itinose Mizuki :iconcac-itinose:cac-itinose 2 0 Uzuki Shimamura by cac-itinose Uzuki Shimamura :iconcac-itinose:cac-itinose 4 1 Bridget by MeganekkoPlymouth241 Bridget :iconmeganekkoplymouth241:MeganekkoPlymouth241 60 26 Meganekko Girls with Glasses by UnseelieAllure Meganekko Girls with Glasses :iconunseelieallure:UnseelieAllure 70 25 Favorite Meganekkos by MeganekkoPlymouth241 Favorite Meganekkos :iconmeganekkoplymouth241:MeganekkoPlymouth241 40 16 Rin-chan by masan5320 Rin-chan :iconmasan5320:masan5320 295 60 Gurophile Meganekko by Katagayri Gurophile Meganekko :iconkatagayri:Katagayri 50 6 Milizia - Mission: Bomb Threat by yukiiri Milizia - Mission: Bomb Threat :iconyukiiri:yukiiri 51 0 Meganekko Tsundere by yukiiri Meganekko Tsundere :iconyukiiri:yukiiri 41 12 Manami 01 by Wndrenvy Manami 01 :iconwndrenvy:Wndrenvy 31 3 Symphony by Wndrenvy Symphony :iconwndrenvy:Wndrenvy 91 11 Meganekko Palutena by DrChrisman Meganekko Palutena :icondrchrisman:DrChrisman 155 4 Coat Of Arms Of Ukraine (Plasticine Model) by Nuclear-Pilot Coat Of Arms Of Ukraine (Plasticine Model) :iconnuclear-pilot:Nuclear-Pilot 15 6


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Proposed Coat of Arms for Mie Prefecture
Escutcheon: Argent, three fess Sable

The three lines on white shield simply represent the shape and meaning kanji 三 from its name 三重県. This trait is used to be called rebus or canting arms. Only black and white used to reflect Japanese tradition of mon crests, which are always monocoloured. Its simplicity is a fusion between traditional mon and modern heraldry.

Its proposed flag with 7 equal stripes of white and black, standard proportion is 7:11. Generally the banner of arms variant.
Now compare with the existing flag and crest (…). Which one do you think is better and has more symetry? Do not hesitate to comment.
Sorry I'm still not able to design the greater arms due to poor drawing skills.
Proposed Coat of Arms for Osaka city ()
It is unfortunate to know that most of advanced Japanese municipalities have no standard coat of arms. Unlike the rest of the world (most European countries). So I decided to design one. The design is based on the city flag (link:,_Osaka.svg)

Crest: four-turretted mural crown Or
Escutcheon: Azure, a Miotsukushi* Or

Shades of tincture used
Ultramarine R65 G0 B255
Gold R255 G215 B0

The mural crown which used to be on the top of stands as iconic ornament found in many municipal heraldry, symbolizing city defense and settlement. The crest, Miotsukushi (澪標) is a dolphin erected as a daybeacon or daymark as a navigational marker indicating the bounds of a water channel. The Miotsukushi of ancient lore is a sign that was placed in the shallow waters of Naniwa-e Bay, Settsumeishozue (a tourist guide published in 1796-1798), shows only X-shaped panels nailed to a pile, yet signs shaped like the modern city emblem can be seen in drawings from the Tempo Era (1830-1844). Osaka’s prosperity has long been due to transportation by water and to ships coming in and out. Therefore, the Miotsukushi, with which people were familiar through close identification with the port, was chosen as the city emblem in 1894.
German Empire grunge flag
Proportion 3:5

Flag of the North German Confederation (1866–71) and the German Empire (1871–1918).

Following the dissolution of the German Confederation, Prussia formed its unofficial successor, the North German Confederation, in 1866 with the signing of the Confederation Treaty in August 1866 and then the ratification of the Constitution of 1867. This coalition consisted of Prussia, the largest member state, and 21 other north German states.

In use at the beginning of the Weimar Republic (1918–1919), by the foreign services (1922–33), and by the Nazi regime from March 1933 until August 1935.
The question regarding what flag should be adopted by the new confederation was first raised by the shipping sector and its desire to have an internationally recognisable identity.

Virtually all international shipping that belonged to the confederation originated from either Prussia or the three former Hanseatic city-states of Bremen, Hamburg, and Lübeck. Based on this, Adolf Soetbeer, secretary of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, suggested in the Bremer Handelsblatt on 22 September 1866 that any planned flag should combine the
colours of Prussia (black and white) with the
Hanseatic colours (red and white).

In the following year, the constitution of the North German Confederation was enacted, where a horizontal black-white-red tricolour was declared to be both the civil and war ensign. King Wilhelm I of Prussia was satisfied with the colour choice: the red and white were also taken to represent the Margraviate of Brandenburg, the Imperial elector state that was a predecessor of the Kingdom of Prussia. The absence of gold from the flag also made it clear that this German state did not include the "black and gold" monarchy of Austria. Following the Franco-Prussian War, the remaining southern German states allied with the North German Confederation, leading to the
unification of Germany and the elevation of the
Prussian monarch to Emperor of this new state in 1871.

In its constitution, the German Empire retained black-white-red as its national colours, with the tricolour previously used by the North German Confederation officially adopted as its flag in 1892.
The black-white-red tricolour remained the flag of Germany until the end of the German Empire in 1918, in the final days of World War I .

Weimar Republic was founded in August 1919. To form a continuity between the anti-autocratic movement of the 19th century and the new democratic republic, the old black-red-gold tricolour was designated as the national German flag in the Weimar Constitution in 1919. Only the tiny German principalities of Reuss-Greiz, Reuss-Gera, and Waldeck-Pyrmont and its republican successor had upheld the tradition and had always continued to use the German colours of black,
red, and gold in their flag. As a civil ensign, the black-white-red tricolour was retained, albeit with the new tricolour in the top left corner.

This change was not welcomed by many people in Germany, who saw this new flag as a symbol of humiliation following Germany's defeat in the First World War. In the Reichswehr, the old colours continued to be used in various forms.

Many conservatives wanted the old colours to return, while monarchists and the far right were far more vocal with their objections, referring to the new flag with various derogatory names. As a compromise, the old black-white-red flag was reintroduced in 1922 to represent German diplomatic missions abroad.

The symbols of Imperial Germany became symbols of monarchist and nationalist protest and were often used by monarchist and nationalist organisations (e.g. Stahlhelm, Bund der Frontsoldaten). This included the Reichskriegsflagge (war flag of the Reich), which has been revived in the present for similar use. Many nationalist political parties during the Weimar period—such as the German National People's Party (see poster) and the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazi Party) —used the imperial colours, a practice that has continued today with the National Democratic Party of Germany.

In the face of the increasingly violent conflicts between the communists and Nazis, the growing polarisation of the German population and a multitude of other factors, mainly the drastic economic sinking, extreme hyperinflation and corruption of the republic, the Weimar Republic collapsed in 1933 with the Nazi seizure of power (Machtergreifung) and the appointment of Adolf Hitler as German chancellor.

After the Nazi Party came to power on 30 January 1933, the black-red-gold flag was swiftly scrapped; a ruling on 12 March established two legal national flags: the reintroduced black-white-red imperial tricolour and the flag of the Nazi Party.

On 15 September 1935, one year after the death of Reich President Paul von Hindenburg and Hitler's elevation to the position of Führer , the dual flag arrangement was ended, with the exclusive use of the Nazi flag as the national flag of Germany.

This is one of my favourite flag, due to its elegance. Germany is the master at making epic flags.


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Kisaragi A. N. Ivanov
Hello, I'm just interested at vexillology. So I like to make grunge flags. Most of them are less-known, unpopular, historical, or obsolete ones.

A vexilollogy, heraldry, and political enthusiast


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