The Vexillology Wiki's first contest concerns flags for Middle East-related states in three categories.
Rules[edit | edit source]
- Have fun!
- Flags must be your own work, and preferably freely licensed.
- A backstory of the flag would be great, but is not required.
- A deadline will be set after five flags have been submitted.
To talk about the contest itself, contact Bozistan or leave a comment at the bottom of this page.
How to submit a flag[edit | edit source]
==== Entity by Name ==== <gallery> File:Filename.ext|Entity flag proposal by Name (date) </gallery> Description/explanation of the flag. ~~~~
Categories[edit | edit source]
Current national flags[edit | edit source]
Redesign a flag for an existing country in the. This includes the countries of the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, Turkey, Egypt and countries in between.
Egypt by Hans[edit | edit source]
On the transition from a several flags for Egypt were proposed, each combining the red-white-black (which the shares with Iraq, Sudan, Syria and Yemen) with the former flag of the kingdom (green with white crescent and stars). This version has the monarchical flag in a circle in the center.to the current republic in the 1950s,
Egypt by ZeekLTK[edit | edit source]
This flag utilizes the existing red/white/black format, but also includes the green/white crescent moon and stars. The triangle coming from the bottom represents a pyramid, which Egypt is famous for.
ZeekLTK, December 5, 2016
Colonized flags[edit | edit source]
Create or redesign a flag for a real historical Middle Eastern colony. For example, theand possessions, or territories of the and other .
Fictional & short-lived country flags[edit | edit source]
Make a flag for an established non-existing country,or alternate history country in the region, such as the Republic of Wadiya (from the movie ), or a real country that only existed for at most a few years, such as the .
Islamic Republic of Iraq by Bozistan[edit | edit source]
- Why the change in text? I don't know Arabic, but it seems the Hans (talk) 10:52, August 18, 2016 (UTC) ("God is Great") is replaced with the first part of the ("There is no god but God"). for reference.