1992 Barcelona Pictograms - In Barcelona, though the Munich shapes were still used as a starting point, the break in style was more audacious, as the geometric formula was abandoned in favour of the characteristic line of the emblem created by Josep. M. Trias and its representational simplification of the human body in three parts (head, arms and legs) was also adopted.

1992 Barcelona Pictograms - In Barcelona, though the Munich shapes were still used as a starting point, the break in style was more audacious, as the geometric formula was abandoned in favour of the characteristic line of the emblem created by Josep. M. Trias and its representational simplification of the human body in three parts (head, arms and legs) was also adopted.

Sign system for Munich Olympics by Otl Aicher, 1972.

Otl Aicher

Sign system for Munich Olympics by Otl Aicher, 1972.

Sign System for the Tokyo Olympics, 1964. Symbols identifying various sports, designed by K. Sugiura, I. Owastu, I. Tomaka, & M. Katsumi.

Sign System for the Tokyo Olympics, 1964. Symbols identifying various sports, designed by K. Sugiura, I. Owastu, I. Tomaka, & M. Katsumi.

2 | A Gold-Worthy Rebranding Of The Olympic Museum | Co.Design | business + design

A Gold-Worthy Rebranding Of The Olympic Museum

2 | A Gold-Worthy Rebranding Of The Olympic Museum | Co.Design | business + design

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