Posting this mostly so I can delete it from my computer. A metal flag I made. It’s a reverse Nordic cross charged with a red-eyed wolf.
The Nordic cross is because of the heavy presence of all things Nordic in metal culture.It is reversed to represent the subversive, counterculture nature of metal culture.
The wolf represents the power and strength of the genre and it’s fans. The red eyes also represent counterculture nature of it’s fans.
The black is representative of the genre’s concern with that which is dark, and the contrast of black and white is for the diversity in both the music and in the people who come together through it.
Alternatively, the flag can be charged with a wolf turned 90 degrees to the right from how it’s seen here for vertical display.
Burma (government ensign), 1953-1974
Like a lot of former British Colonies, the Union of Burma had a government ensign based on the British blue ensign (i.e. a blue field with the national flag in the corner.) But Burma’s national flag already had a box in its top left corner, so the ensign has a sort of corner-within-a-corner effect.