New Orleans, La.
(CNN) The number plate on your license plate has a story to tell.
And when you’re looking for Louisiana license plates, you may be looking for something a little more specific than “Plato,” “plato” and “plata” combined.
A new research project from the University of New Orleans has found a number plate with a bit more meaning than those used by many other states.
The plate, which is called “Plate B,” was created by the Louisiana Department of Transportation to commemorate the “birth” of Louisiana Gov.
John Bel Edwards.
The plates are based on the city’s “B” design, which means “blessed” in Latin.
The plates feature an image of Edwards holding a large Bible and a sword.
It’s not a particularly creative design, but it’s still a pretty big deal.
Edwards became the first governor in Louisiana history to run for president and received more than 50% of the vote.
The design was designed to honor Edwards’ legacy and “to be the symbol of the state of Louisiana,” according to a news release from the department.
The plate also features the words “LOUISIANA” on one side and “PPLAT” on the other.
The license plate, while a nice idea, isn’t the only one to be inspired by Edwards.
The Department of Motor Vehicles created a license plate with “Liberty” on it as a tribute to Gov.
Bobby Jindal and Louisiana’s Republican-controlled Legislature, according to CNN affiliate WWL.
It all adds up to the fact that Louisiana licenseplates are a little too generic to be considered a serious design, according, University of Houston professor of architecture David C. Wojcik.
The Department of State has said that it is looking at ways to improve license plates for the state.
Wojciker says that the plates are an opportunity to look at design for the whole state, not just Louisiana.
He said that a lot of the design decisions that we have are not reflective of the culture of the Louisiana population, he told the news station.
“The plate is a way to represent that Louisiana is a place of aspiration and ambition,” Wojiks said.
“It’s a way of saying that, if you are interested in Louisiana, then you should be going to Louisiana.”