The best and the worst Olympic logo

Which one is for you the best ever Olympic logo? and the worst?

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23 reasons for

The best Olympic logo is…

+ 39 Olympic Logos From 1924 to 2012

  1. Eva [2] opinó:

    China 2008 and Athen 2004, both simple, elegant and connotative.

  2. Anonymous opinó:

    MEXICO CITY 1968

  3. Anonymous opinó:

    Mexico 68
    without a doubt the most artistic.

  4. Anonymous opinó:

    It intensively reflect Chinese culture, including the unique character, stamp, writing brush and calligraphy, as well as art(the character looks like a folk dancer).

  5. Anonymous opinó:

    is…munich 76

  6. Andrés [1] opinó:

    Munich 1972: It’s kinetical, simple and complex at the same time, so visual, easy to remember, it has character, and it’s sophisticated.

  7. Anonymous opinó:

    Rio 2016!!!
    Colourful and the first to be in 3D.

  8. Anonymous opinó:

    moscow’s bear

  9. Anonymous opinó:

    athens…simple with grace!

  10. Olympic enthusiast opinó:

    is Nagano 1998. The snowflower incorporated the Olympic colors and the different sports within the petals of the flower….Genius!!!

  11. Anonymous opinó:

    Nagano 1998

  12. Anonymous opinó:

    Beijing 2008, simply because it brought forth a simple a elegant design that embodied the vibrant chinese art, culture and history.

  13. Anonymous opinó:

    Salt Lake City!

  14. Anonymous opinó:

    Atlanta 1996. Hard to forget.

  15. David opinó:

    Athens 2004

  16. Anonymous opinó:


  17. Anonymous opinó:

    Athens 2004

  18. laurent [2] opinó:

    mexico 1968

  19. Andrés opinó:

    Mexico 1968, because it merges contemporary art and ethnic references. It’s so simple but catchy, a great brand!

  20. Anonymous opinó:

    London 2012. Everyone hates it because its vibrant, audacious and irreverant. Not Bauhaus clean lines or too obviously, swooshingly corporate. Give London a break!

  21. Anonymous opinó:

    1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles

  22. Anonymous opinó:


  23. R.P. [1] opinó:

    The logo for Chicago’s 2016 Olympic bid. The committee was made to redesign the logo by the IOC, and it’s still awesome.

19 reasons for

The worst Olympic logo is…

+ 39 Olympic Logos From 1924 to 2012

  1. Eva [2] opinó:

    London is the worst among the logos since 1980′ (sure there are some more ugly logos before 80′)…not artistic at all…

  2. Anonymous opinó:

    london, because yes

  3. Anonymous opinó:

    fucking london 2012

  4. Anonymous opinó:

    is…London 2012 Designed by people who dont care about the people. It is totally rubbish. Where is the connection with what constitutes Britain?

  5. Anonymous opinó:

    London 2016. No more BJs!

  6. Anonymous opinó:

    Bland, boring not much to do with the Russian landscape. Why do they have to use a URL as their official logo???

  7. Olympic enthusiast opinó:

    Sochi 2014 and London 2012. As we progress with the Olympic movement, the graphic designs get worse…I hope Rio 2016 turns it around!!!

  8. Anonymous opinó:

    London, although it would be much better if they at least added some brittish coloring.

  9. Anonymous opinó:

    London 2012. Looks like it came straight from the 80’s and doesn’t look British at all.

  10. Anonymous opinó:

    London by far, must have been created by a two year old !

  11. Peter opinó:

    London 2012. it just looks bad.

  12. Anonymous opinó:

    2012 london. ‘Orrible, it is!

  13. laurent [2] opinó:

    London… by far ! Hideous !

  14. Andrés opinó:

    Sochi 2014….What a waste of talented Russian graphic designers!!!

  15. Anonymous opinó:

    london 2012. I thought it would be really cool, like a shield or a lion, and then i see that someone threw up on the floor. for shame.

  16. Anonymous opinó:

    Paris 1924. Nice old greek battleship spoiled by clunkily overlaid black type.

  17. Anonymous opinó:

    2012 London is pure shit!

  18. peblo piccaso [1] opinó:

    2012 London
    doesn’t show any graphic aptitude to personate time, place, culture or the spirit of games & Olympic sports(wo)manship

  19. Anonymous opinó: