The evolution olympics logo From 1924 To 2024
- January 15th, 2024
The highly-anticipated Olympics will be making its grand return to Europe, specifically in the vibrant city of Paris, France, during the warm summer months of 2012. As many are aware, the Olympics is a globally recognized event that bears the title of being the oldest of its kind in the realm of sports. The inaugural Olympics laid its roots back in the year 1986, in the historical country of Greece, a place renowned for its ancient civilizations and contributions to society.
Over the past century, the design of the logo, a symbol that encapsulates the spirit and identity of the Olympics, has undergone a series of drastic transformations, as one might expect considering the passage of time and the changes in design trends. This post is dedicated to showcasing the remarkable evolution of the Olympics logo, tracing its journey from the design of 1924 to the more recent one of 2022.
Paris, France Olympics 1924 Logo
Amsterdam, Netherlands Olympics 1928 Logo
Los Angeles, United States Olympics 1932 Logo
Berlin, Germany Olympics 1936 Logo
Both 1940 and 1944 Olympics was cancelled because of world war 2
London, Great Britain Olympics 1948 Logo
Helsinki, Finland Olympics 1952 Logo
Melbourne, Australia & Stockholm, Sweden Olympics 1956 Logo