The Gadsden flag is excellent for indoor and outdoor use.
This flag is named after Colonel Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina. Colonel Gadsden saw a similar flag, copied it and submitted the design to the Provincial Congress in South Carolina. Commodore Esek Hopkins of Rhode Island, first Commander-in-chief of the Continental Fleet, carried a similar flag in early 1776, when his ships put to sea for the first time. The inscription represented a warning by the colonists to the British.