Excellent! There is an optical illusion that makes the square look curved though :OAn idea I had too late for the Challenge:
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Essentially the American rebels use a slightly different standard which on conferederation then union has the "Liberty Star" remodelled slightly. It's said to be 3 overlapping stars that represent the division of powers and serves as a "beacon of liberty".
You'd never catch me using optical illusions in a flag, no sir, never.Thank you. I'm sure we can work that illusion into the symbolism somehow!
Roman numerals would also work pretty well.
It'll just be a big 'L' thou. Not sure if it'll sit well.
Bit ASB but you could have the canton itself expressing the number of states by being shaped like the roman numerals with the number of stars themselves having not particular significance.True, but it'd look a little bit better than just "50"
the 3 branches of the government, or if they're a theopublic, then the father, son, and holy spiritBit ASB but you could have the canton itself expressing the number of states by being shaped like the roman numerals with the number of stars themselves having not particular significance.