The Evolution of Over 2,000 World Flags | Short Film Showcase

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Filmmaker Daniel McKee selected over 2,000 flags sourced from Wikipedia and painstakingly arranged them to blend related colors and imagery. The piece features a mix of flags throughout the centuries from the familiar to the obscure, edited and aligned to perfectly match the music of Beethoven. Watching the animation in its entirety offers a dizzying look at the way individuals and institutions have represented themselves over time.

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The Evolution of Over 2,000 World Flags | Short Film Showcase

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