Ex-Apple designer behind Charles III’s coronation emblem
LONDON — The official logo of King Charles III’s coronation, created by former Apple chief designer Jony Ive and his associates, honors the monarch’s love of nature by incorporating flora and fauna. representing the four countries of Great Britain in a single image.
The rose of England, the thistle of Scotland, the daffodil of Wales and the shamrock of Northern Ireland form the picture of St Edward’s Crown, which will be worn on the head of the new king when he is crowned on 6 May. at Westminster Abbey. The symbolism unveiled by Buckingham Palace on Friday is represented in the colors of the Confederate flag, with the crown painted in blue surrounded by further drawings of four red plants, all on White background.