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FLAG 1997 Logo by Christopher Bunye

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“One man can make a difference.” – Wilton Knight

For years, Knight Industries developed technologies that was to be used to benefit humanity. As one of his last acts, Wilton Knight created a new law enforcement arm of Knight Industries, officially named The Foundation for Law and Government (or F.L.A.G.). The quote above was the fundamental ideal behind the Foundation and was said by Wilton Knight to Michael Knight on his deathbed. FLAG’s mandate is “to champion the cause of the innocent, the helpless, and the powerless” against criminals and threats that operate above the law.

In one possible reality, FLAG prospers and becomes an organization on the same level with the FBI and the CIA. Soon, FLAG expands its operations from one operative and vehicle to a team of operatives, each with their own vehicles, designated “Team Knight Rider”.

This logo is based on a design last seen in 1997, which is based on several government logos. By no means is it an exact replica, with the eagle graphics borrowed from an open vector source and recolored.

This logo was designed as an homage to the original logo seen in 1997, and the ideal put down over 25 years ago.

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Chris is a roguishly handsome and seemingly well-dressed defender of truth and justice that just happens to be a freelance web and graphic designer.

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