New York Times Pushes Six Redesigns Of American Flag

New York Times Pushes Six Redesigns Of American Flag

The New York Times, in its incessant attempts to remake American history and compartmentalize the American people, offered six new designs for the American flag,

“The American flag is a potent piece of national iconography, but its design shifted frequently until the early 1900s. What if it were redesigned today? We asked artists and graphic designers to try,” the Times opined last week. “Some are functional designs, others artistic renderings; some represent America as it could be, others how the artist sees the country now.”

One of the designs, from artist Andrew Kuo, had four rectangles; one square had red and white stripes and the other three showed solid blue, yellow, and green rectangles. “According to the artist the red stripes represent the past, the white stripes

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