🏴 3' x 5' Peace flag with grommets and double stitched edges to reduce fraying.
✍️ Our Design: In the 1950s the "peace sign", as it is known today, was designed by Gerald Holtom as the logo for the British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). The symbol is a super-imposition of the semaphore signals for the letters "N" and "D", taken to stand for "nuclear disarmament". I took the peace sign symbol, made it nice and thick and slapped it on a white field.
Our flags are durable 200D polyester (most flags you'll find on the internet are cheap ~75D). In our testing, we selected 200D as the perfect flag material; anything heavier doesn't fly well and the "back" doesn't get enough ink, anything lighter feels cheap and wont last very long.
We print this flag as a one-sided print and make sure that the back has ample (around 90%) bleed-through.
Each flag is folded by hand on our dining room table and ready to be used on a flag pole, boat, hung on a wall, or to proudly march with.
I love seeing our flag when I drive up our street - it's simple, yet kind of bold. So far it hasn't gotten twisted up around our flag pole either; maybe that's good luck, but every other flag we've flown has gotten twisted so win win!
Gifted my sister who lives in a conservative suburban neighborhood so she can fly the flag and cause those driving by to begin thinking & having conversations. It's a start. Planting the seed so conversations and ideas can flow. The one she is flying is "Abolish ICE"
Almost, I was so excited to receive our new 'PEACE' sign flag!! I hung it on our flag pole as soon as I got it out of the package. It looks great and really stands out. I have one complaint. I truly thought 'FLAGS for GOOD' flags would be made in the USA. This one wasn't.
Ideal. Flow-y yet sturdy. This will fly when we need an extra dose of Peace.