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BANDA AND DUBILET ARE TO DESIGN A NEW HERALD

2020-10-11

Dmytro Dubilet and Banda are looking for specialists in the field of heraldry to jointly develop the Great Emblem of Ukraine. The ex-minister of the Cabinet of Ministers mentioned it on the Facebook page.

A competition of sketches concerning the Great Emblem of Ukraine has been launched in Ukraine. It will last until the end of October. Dmytro Dubilet and Banda creative agency are participating in the competition together. That is why Dubilet invites heraldry experts to join their working group and collaborate to do this project. In order to apply, email to large.coat.of.arms@gmail.com. An applicant should briefly describe themselves and their knowledge in the field of heraldry.

Dubilet explains his motives by the fact that he is a long-time supporter of heraldry. He has his own Telegram channel "Flags with Dmitry Dubilet". Dubilet is also writing a book about flags, which he plans to publish next year. He believes that with the help of the Great Emblem, Ukraine can assert itself in the world. Although he does not deny that heraldry is a very subtle, strict and traditional science.

"On the other hand, even within these strict limits, we could depict in our coat of arms that Ukraine is a cool modern digital state. Having regard to this, we are working on several ideas of various courage degrees. I will not share them yet, but if some of them are implemented, all the world's media will write about Ukraine, "Dubilet said.

by UAspectr and all Ukrainian news feeds



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