The World Flags was introduced to bring in awareness and help to the non-profit organizations. These non-profit organizations are dedicated towards World Health, Human Rights, Education and the Environment. The main goal of the World Flags is to work together and bring global inspiration by embracing different cultures.
The World Flag was created by Paul Carroll in 1988 and it is considered to be a global image to bring people together. The World Flag design has a world map in the center and it is surrounded by 216 flags of different countries. Every flag is included along with the flag of the United Nations and flags of territories. Carroll had a very different vision of world flags. For him the world flags were nationalistic, subconscious power and symbolic. One of his quotes is as follows, “The power of symbols to both inspire and unite people finds it’s most relevant and meaningful perfection in the national flags and banners of the world.”
The World Flag distribution around the world map is not random. Paul Carroll wanted to create a global image that changes as the world evolved. His aim was to create the world flag which could grow organically and creating historical documents with time.
The actual motive of the World Flag is to create a multi-cultural understanding with focusing on common world problems and geography by exposing the World Flag. It also aims in understanding and learning regional relations, languages and environmental treaties.