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Flag of the Union of European Technates by GTD-Orion Flag of the Union of European Technates by GTD-Orion
This is the flag of the Union of European Technates. It is my fictional, alternate history version of the European Union, which is completely composed of technocratic countries.

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This was made using GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program).

Feedback would be appreciated.

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Michal266 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014  Professional Writer
I found my new wallpaper! :aww:
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menapia Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014
It looks heck better than the insipid flag the E.U currently uses, I like how it sort of references the Greek flag to refer to the origin point of democracy. Are you writing a alt history timeline to go with it?
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GTD-Orion Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2014
Actually, technocracies, for the most part, wouldn't be democratic. So this doesn't really refer to democracy.

As for a timeline, well, I'm not planning one at the moment. I'm considering making a map of it, though no idea how soon that might happen.

Thanks for the comment :)
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achaley Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
THIS FLAG ROCKS!!!!!!
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Nederbird Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014
I like how clean it looks. And cogwheels are kick-arse! :D

It does look a lot like the Greek flag, a bit too much IMO. I figure that if a flag is supposed to represent multiple nations, it should look as little like a member state flag (or any other flag for that matter) as possible. Otherwise some people might get funny ideas about favouritism. On the other hand, it could allude to Greece's being the cradle of Western science and philosophy, which is clever.
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