Recreating the flags of countries with landscapes from around the world

2016-04-05 // art photography

For his project All colors of the world, the artist and photographer Max Serradifalco decided to recreate the flags of different countries, using the natural landscapes around the world. The photographs that make up these flags are satellite images of different parts of the world, reinforcing the artist’s message: the Earth belongs to all species living in it.

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Brazil – photos from Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Oceania, Greenland
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Italy – photos from Qatar, Antarctica, Namibia
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Japan – photos from Antartica, Australia
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USA – photos from Bolivia, Chad, Mediterranean sea
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Switzerland – photos from Australia, Antarctica
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France – photos from Pacific ocean, Kazakhistan, Kenya
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UK – photos from Oceania, Greenland, Tanzania
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Belgium – photos from Iceland, Syria, Australia
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Syria – photos from Australia, Greenland, French Polynesia, Iceland
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South Africa – photos from Hawaii, Australia, Russia, Japan, Iraq, Oceania
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Germany – photos from Italy, Algeria, Libya
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Finland – photos from Greenland, Oceania
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Peace – photos from Atlantic ocean, French Polynesia, Papua New Guinea, Brazil, Turkmenistan, Sudan, Tanzania
Images © Max Serradifalco / source

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