Proud Neighborhoods of Noesatz
Proud Neighborhoods of Novi Sad is a Propaganda Department project that started in 2015. The idea was, and the still is, to create heraldry for every major neighborhood in Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia. Heraldry that will stay with people, not just a new fad that will pass in few months.
This particular heraldry is loosely based on Freemason signage and insignia mixed with signs of American gangs from early 1920 to 1950.
Also, this correlation is not the coincidence. Although this city was populated even in Neolithic times, Modern Novi Sad neighborhoods rose in the 20th century. Heaving this in mind it is understandable that some of the archetypes used here draw directly from modern times, like spray cans, razor blades, etc.

Avijacija (Serbian: Авијатичарско Насеље), also known as Avijacija, is a quarter of the city of Novi Sad in Serbia.
Construction of the settlement started in 1948 and it was named after Avijatičarski put (Avijatičar Road), the road that leads to the local airport "Majevica", the biggest military airport in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

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Detelinaraa (Serbian: Детелинара, from Serbian detelina - clover, hence Detelinara = Field of Clovers) is a neighborhood of the city of Novi Sad in the Serbian province of Vojvodina. 
The current neighborhood was established after the Great War. The entire region was covered with clover that was used for horse feeding, that is how the name was coined. 
This part of Novi Sad even has its own unique handshake.

Liman is a neighborhood of Novi Sad, a city in the Serbian province of Vojvodina.
By data from 1764, area on which Liman lies was part of the stretch of forest from Futog to the historic city center of Novi Sad; and it was known as Great Liman.

Klisa (Serbian: Клиса) is a neighborhood of the city of Novi Sad in Serbia.
Its name derived from Latin word "ecclesia", meaning "church place". During Ottoman rule, the Serb population used word "klisa" to designate places where ruins of the church buildings were located.

Old Town (Serbian: Стари Град) is a neighborhood of the city of Novi Sad in the Serbian province of Vojvodina. It is the main part of Novi Sad, and it is also known as City Centre. In the Serbian language, the name "Stari Grad" means "Old Town"
Salajka is one of the oldest quarters in Novi Sad. Name Salajka probably comes from the name of the former Austro-Hungarian district called Zala or Sala (Slavonija, near Drava river). Serbs that lived on that territory wanted to escape unification with Hungary, so they migrated to the Novi Sad territory, they used to call themselves Zalajci or Salajci.
Podbara (Serbian: Подбара) is a quarter of the city of Novi Sad in Serbia. Podbara used to be known as "Almaski Kraj", because it was formed as a settlement of people who came from Almasi village. Podbara literary means "under-swamp" in Serbian because this was a swampy region near Danube river.
We plan to pay tribute to the town of Novi Sad, by sticking large format Proud Neighbourhood stickers all over the area.  Gradually, we are going to cover every part of the city.
Let us know if you have a wall or a beautiful place for our stickers.

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