Like any other nation, the Federal Republic of Lostisland is proud of her national symbols. Being constantly developed through years, they now consist of the Flag, the Coat of Arms and the Anthem.
The Flag of Lostisland was designed in 2010 by Stepan Ignatyev, one of the founders of the project, for the then Republic of Lostisland, and consists a four blue quarters divided by a white cross and a triangle. Blue on the flag, carefully complying with the national standart (Web #343399, known as “color of the blue dust”), symbolizes the sky and the ocean which bathes islands of the Federal Republic, clearness of ideas and glory of the nation. White, in its turn, symbolizes the transparency of the governmental system and openness to new ideas. The original Flags of Lostisland are preserved in the Presidential Residence in Moscow.
Coat of Arms
The current Coat of Arms of the Federal Republic was inherited from the Republic of Lostisland for which it was designed in December 2011 by Max Nazarenko, winner of contest held on free-lance.ru, Russia’s biggest on-line marketplace for freelancers. The Coat of Arms depicts the silhouette of
Hunter Island, one of the territories symbolically claimed by Lostisland, the raising sun, which signifies prosperity, and the ocean which bathes islands of the Federal Republic. Bird on the Coat, the white pigeon with an olive branch is the symbol of peace and also national animal of Lostisland; two olive branches which frame the shield are symbols of glory. The national motto In nomine libertatis translates to English as In the name of liberty.
The National Anthem of Lostisland was composed in 2010 by Stepan Ignatyev in an instrumental mode, and previously has been used by the Republic of Lostisland. While there are now known records of performing the Anthem in public, it remains an important and probably one of the most recognizable parts of Lostislandic culture.