Last modified: 2017-10-04 by ian macdonald
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obverse (right hoist) and reverse, based on image located by Esteban Rivera, 8 August 2017
سنديکای صنعت برق ايران (Sndiɠaẏ Cnʕt Brq Airan; English: Iran Electrical (Power) Industry Syndicate,
IEIS), established in 2000, is a nongovernmental organization, consisting of 457
including manufacturers, contractors and consultant companies of the electrical
Industry, and seeks to promote the position of Iranian electrical industry in
Its flag is a white horizontal flag with the logo and the name of the organization below in both Persian and English (in English, each initial is in golden capital letters), as seen here:
- (flag on the left)
http://www.arya-transfo.com/cache/fck_files/sem16.JPG (source: http://www.arya-transfo.com)
- (reverse): http://www.ieis.ir/UserFile/Photo/d540d45e_d4d0_4d2e_bda0_7314c04a1da2.jpg
Esteban Rivera, 8 August 2017
This logo seems to depict a stylized turbine, composed of four tilde-shaped elements arranged around a small central disc, the whole inside a square frame with rounded corners.
Based on the information researched by Esteban and using a large logo image
https://media.licdn.com/media/p/7/005/013/3de/3c84dad.png, I drew this flag
anew; the obverse (with the hoist at the viewers right hand), and its reverse.
This flag, bearing a rotationally symmetric emblem and writing in two scripts with different directionality, is a textbook case of the Vexillographic Conundrum, concerning a flag as a two-sided object something so often ignored and/or unknown by designers (t)asked into flag creation.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 20 September 2017