Images from the designers (someone) site showing the ‘dynamic’ set in use.
Developing the pictograms for the Olympics is a dream for every designer. A dream that most likely will never become reality. Instead you end up doing toilet icons. This is a brief look into a neglected niche of graphic design.
Read the full post: The poor man’s olympics, by Ralf Metzger
“Twenty-four sport pictograms and a series of sport illustrations for the 2010 Winter Games are revealed in September 2008. Created by Dutch illustrator Irene Jacobs of I’m JAC Design, the pictograms depict the 2010 Winter Games sports using a simplified silhouette with small details depicting the dynamism of the athlete in motion.
“The Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery located within San Jose State University is hosting an amazing exhibition of graphic design by the office of Otl Aicher for the 1972 Munich Olympics. The exhibition features, posters, books, brochures and signage conceived for the 1972 Olympic identity program” Dave