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New Designs Of The National Flag Of New Zealand

Xiamen Novelty Flag Co.,Ltd | Updated: Sep 09, 2016

Factory workers hang new designs of the national flag of New Zealand at a factory in Xiamen, FuJian, October 24, 2015. The above design has been chosen as the alternative in an initial referendum, before New Zealanders decide in March whether to retain the current flag or switch to a new one.

Silver Fern (Black, White and Blue) 

Designed by Kyle Lockwood

“The multiple points of the fern leaf represent Aotearoa’s peaceful multicultural society, a single fern spreading upwards represents that we are all one people growing onward into the future,” according to Mr. Lockwood.

Silver Fern (Black & White)

Designed by Alofi Kanter

“The fern has been a distinctive symbol of New Zealand for the past 100 years. Strong and simple, it represents our uniqueness as Aotearoa New Zealand,” according to Mr. Kanter’s description.

Silver Fern (Red, White and Blue)

Designed by Kyle Lockwood

In Mr. Lockwood’s design, at the right of the fern, there are four stars representing the Southern Cross constellation. “The fern is an element of indigenous flora representing the growth of our nation,” according to Mr. Lockwood.


Designed by Andrew Fyfe

Mr. Fyfe’s design is a black and white rendition of the koru symbol, based on the shape of an unfurling fern frond. “The koru represents the fern frond, but is also reminiscent of a wave, a cloud and a ram’s horn,” Mr. Fyfe said.