Country Flags Merged with Landscapes

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Flag designs are cool, they’re so diverse, and represent so much for a country. Their stripes, shapes and colors inspire millions. But how about blurring the lines between countries, and merging them with imagery of landscapes? That’s what Max Serradifalco has done with his series, All Colors of the World. His work is at first a little perplexing, as the landscapes don’t correspond to the flags where they were photographed. But upon further investigation, the work is meant to blur boundaries, considering everyone citizen of Planet Earth, versus bound by invisible country lines. In addition, the graphical elements of the flags create fascinating collages when combined with landscape photography. Aerial photo locations include Qatar, Antarctica, Namibia, Kazakhistan, Kenya, Japan, Iraq, Oceania, and many others. Can you name the flags? Via Inspiration Now:


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