Imagine a world where the currency is not made more and more worthless every day by a private company and a government out of control. Welcome to Liberland, your new home.
Our work started from a historical analysis of the territory, historically passed from the Avars to the Exile of Yugoslavia. We have worked on the new flag, emblem, passport, papers and diplomatic documents, in addition to the design of a corporate identity and the creation of a territorial brand.
In this flag, the blue is a symbol of the Danube river, the white the symbol of the Liberland island, and the green is the symbol of the Liberland woods and as well the colour of prosperity and hope. Liberland is in a continuous growth project aimed at becoming a full internationally acknowledged country, as well as becoming the best-organized state in the world.
Design can be like an ally and a silent ambassdor.
The goal was ambitious: can the graphic design give a small glimpse into Europe’s geographical map and allow it to achieve the much-hoped nationwide recognition of all its effects? Designing as an ally and silent ambassador.
Liberland, so named because of its emphasis on libertarian values that include optional taxes, is what’s known as a micronation: its entire land mass is smaller than three square miles. Technically, neither of its neighbours, Serbia and Croatia, claim the land — which led Jedlicka to decide it was free for the taking.
But creating a real country isn’t so easy. Liberland has run into a number of problems — not least that Jedlicka and other Liberland citizens do not have constant access to the land itself. Plus, no nation, recognizes it.