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Anmore, British Columbia (Canada)

Greater Vancouver Regional District

Last modified: 2021-05-04 by rob raeside
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[flag of Anmore] image by Masao Okazaki, 16 April 2021

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Description of the flag

After seeing this village's logo/seal on Vanja Poposki Facebook group (, I found out that the new branding logo dates from 2017 and is used for the village's flag.

Photos of flag

Information about the logo

The Village’s visual brand identity is a whole collection of elements that are used to tell stories and connect the community. The logo mark is an abstracted “A” which evokes the concept of mountains and sky. An atmospheric element is created by the watercolour treatment that mimics the landscape around Anmore. Overall, the impression is of strength is communicated through the mass of the “A” but it also carries the light, environmental feel through the watercolour treatment. The soft contours of the icon are reflected in the wordmark. The custom typeface is warm, yet clean and modern, balancing out the dramatic textures of the icon. The varying letter sizes create a rhythmic quality that mimics the mountainous landscape.
Shown above is my drawing of the flag made with a background downloaded from the designers site and traced text put on top.
Masao Okazaki, 16 April 2021

Previous flag

[flag of Anmore] image by Eugene Ipavec, 24 July 2009

I visited the village of Anmore this morning. Contrary to what I was told 3 years ago, Anmore has a village flag. There is only one example in existence, it was made for the incorporation in 1987. It is 2:3 (132x197 cm), with a white background, and bears the village's hummingbird logo in red, and an unusually shaped letter A in black.
Dean McGee, 23 July 2009