One nation

The fern has been embraced for decades and is well established and loved. The koru is not only of maori significance but known throughout the worlds cultures. The white blade is Aotearoa between the sea and sky which by doing so ’connects’ us with past, present and future. Colonial colours remain.

Flag by Keith Knightbridge
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One nation corporate !

As before but no fern, keeping it simple. The koru is of maori significance but known throughout the worlds cultures too. The white blade is Aotearoa and is also the shoreline between the sky and land. By doing so it ’connects’ us with our past, present and future. Colonial colours remain.

Flag by Keith Knightbridge

Unfurl

Identifiable internationally as New Zealand with the Silver Fern and unique with Maori artwork.
Retains the Southern Cross under which we live as one (this could perhaps be substituted for the Matariki constellation).

Flag by Richelle Adams

Unity Jack

Recognizing our Maori and British heritage, it integrates soft rounded elements of the koru into the sharp angles of a Union Jack design. It combines European red, white and blue with red, white and black commonly used in Maori designs. A distinctive, unique flag for our unique blend of cultures.

Flag by Martin Hermans

Blue Jack

An evolution of the existing flag; the bright red Southern Cross given visual prominence and the Union Jack replaced by a larger “United Jack” in subdued pale blue. This puts the emphasis on the part of the current flag that people identify the most, while recognising our Maori and British heritage.

Flag by Martin Hermans

New Zealand Onwards to the Future VERSION 5

2 ferns represents 2 hands embracing the stars represents british colony, kuro represents maori people with multicolor rays represents multicultural people. focal point of the flag is 2 ferns holding the different icons which means unity, and strength. BLUE COLOR BACKGROUND

Flag by Luis Bagayas