Nearly One Hundred Years Of Olympic Logos

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia have been fraught with technical difficulties, housing problems and an overall feeling that Sochi was not prepared to host the Olympic Games despite their prideful claims.

But one thing that never seems to go wrong is the creation of the Olympic logo, which has gone from illustrative black ink lines in a classical style to bubbly, colorful and full of character over the last ninety years.

Here’s a look back at the evolution of Olympic logos, and how the logo has evolved over the years, starting with the 1924 games in Paris, France and ending four years from now with the logo for the 2018 games logo in Pyeongchang County, South Korea. Because nothing captures the pure elegance of the Olympic Games quite like the logo.

-Via 607Visual

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