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Flags are symbols of identification. Designed at the time of the formation of a country, they transport feelings of belonging and pride, with colors, patterns and signs standing for values and ideals.

However, their symbolic meaning for a nation state is also regularly taken by populists to further their own interests.

Inevitably, all countries have profoundly changed since their flag was designed. What if a flag would instead be a more realistic, constantly updated symbol, representing the current development of a country, its growing complexity, its interweaving strands of history?

Check out our prototypes for flags in progress:
USA: http://www.penccil.com/unformation/flag.html UK: http://www.penccil.com/unformation/flag1.html Denmark: http://www.penccil.com/unformation/flag2.html
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Fractal Ballet
Omnidirectional microphone
Crystalline Image Generator
Streampal
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Pattern generator
4 second universe
Gravity Sketch
Abstract Form
Essential Water
Generative Botany
Creative Changemakers & Future City
Blacker Box
MG Font
Stories of the Future
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MAJI
Podchain
Time
Low cost urban transport
AI assistant
Hybrid urban scooter
Omnidirectional Speaker
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An organic structure for bikes
Stories of You
Cooking with myth
Emotional drones
Aura: Clouds of Knowledge
Emotional Personal Assistant
Holodeck
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Immersive sketch
The shape of clouds
One Hundred Thousand Games
Thames & Hudson
life in color
Emoji Superhighway
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Unfolding sound spaces
Shape-shifting robotic structures
Emotibots
Semantic Space Invaders
Cellular Letters
Cellular Automata: A design language for industrial silk
The pattern of You
Archeology
Functional Pasta
An evolutionary algorithm for bike design
Attraction - Repulsion
Streetwear Catwalk
Neverending Graphics
Living Ink
Identity
Intuitive Feedback for Human-Machine Interfaces
Structured Reflection
Mapping movement to music
Watch UX
The Thai Craft Project
The algorithm of fashion
Glyph
Create Your World
Inter Face
Pillars
Swarm fabrication: Kokkugia / Roland Snooks
Spatial Clusters
Intuitive Phone
Mimicry and Makeshift
Computer Vision
Place cards
Korean containers
Manufactured Landscapes
Color constructions
Telepathic Light
101 x 101
Function Follows Form
picking figs in the ˚̥̞̞̽̽ͯ garden while my world eats Itself
CHROMAesthesiae
21 Stories
Seen or remembered
DIY Ceremonies
Cladding
Fractal facades
Event Horizon
Genceri
Printed Stone Fields
Sisyphus
Daniel Widrig
Carlos Cruz-Diez: Chromointerference