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  1. Istanbul 2036
    For me, the core characteristic of Istanbul is the fact it's a merging point between west and east and all that comes from it. I connected the blue (representing the west, Istnabul's terittory in Europe, the olympic values and the future) and red (representing east, Istnabul's terittory in Asia, Turkey itself, and traditions) olympic rings rings, to create a visual representation of all this elements coming together in one single point. The overall shape also resemels a heart and represent the passion of the Turkish people, while giving a general sense of the Tulip flower which represent Turkey as well.


    Glasgow 2034
    A ceasg is a mermaid-like creature from Scottish mythology, which has the power to grant three wishes to anyone who captures her. The logo tries to merge between the ceasg and the olympic flame, to create a symbol that whoever manage to get to it can grant themselves up to three wishes - participate in the games, do their best while taking part and even win a medal.

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    I feel kind of out of place not helping, so I'll share that in case the directly posting of the link on the comment doesn't work, on the bottom-right corner there's a "Other Media" tab, choose "insert image from URL"  and paste the link of the image there and it should work.


    Milan-Cortina 2026
    On the left side, the M in pink and green represent Milan's half in the bid, as well the Italian culture, art and people (which Milan is known for). Pink and Green were chosen as a wintery forms of the Italian's flag colors, and together they represent youth, playfulness, creativity and productivity.
    On the right sides, a mountain range in blue and green that represent Cortina d'Ampezzo's half in the bid (representation of the Alps), as well as the beauty of the Italian nature. The green and blue represent together freshness, progress, growth, confidence and freedom.
    The logo is also can be seen as made up of 4 arrows  pointing upwards, symbolizing the wishing of each athlete to get to the top.



    Brisbane 2032
    The logo is a representation of the Brisbane river made up by 3 stripes. The stripes are moving towards the viewer and end pause while they're in the way up, representing the athlete's journey: starting from their past and moving towards the olympic games, which in their hopes will bring them the highest achievements of their careers (to date, at least). The stripes are conveying movement in general, but can be seen as a representation of different sports: whether they're the tracks in athletics, the ribbons in rhythmic gymnastics or even the waves in surfing.
    The yellow-gold stripe represent the outdoor sports, as well as hope, happiness, energy and achievement. The pink stripe represent the indoor sports, as well as playfulness, friendship, passion and kindness. The blue stripe represent the water-associated sports, as well as freedom, peace, inspiration, importance and confidence.



    Good luck to everyone ^_^

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    Soon as I started my work on the logo, I realized that I do not have to find a way to showcase LA, it has good and recognizable branding, so I wanted the logo to showcase the olympic games themselves. Instead of going with more obvious symbols of the games (medals / the olympic flame / the olympic rings and such) I went to the atmosphere of the games- celebration. Celebration of sport, of culture, of people, of hard-working, of successes...

    Fireworks are one of the most iconic symbols of celebration, and for that I chose them as the main idea of the logo. The fireworks in the logo are in four colors, each of them represent values and ideas of both LA and the olympics-
    Orange represent optimism, enthusiasm, cheerful, self-confident, independent, adventurous, creativity, talent and friendship.
    Yellow / gold represent optimism, joy, enthusiasm, fun, originality, creativity, challenges, happiness, success, charisma, winning and positivity.
    Pink represent warmth, hope, sweetness, love, compassion, caring and success.
    Turquoise represent clarity of thought, balance and harmony, creativity, self-reliance and inspiration.
    To create more connection to the city, I chose to create the fireworks in a shape  that inspired by the shape of the city itself.

    The slogan of the games is #celebrate, and it will be used in many versions across the games.

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    My starting point was of course the city itself. St. Petersburg is cultural capital and has rich cultural heritage, which includes palaces, cathedrals, churches, gardens, sculptures and monuments. From all this information I realized that I want logo who reflects the authenticity and the classic vibe of the city.

    I found out about the khokhloma- Russian wood painting style and national ornament, which is known for its vivid flower patterns, and the effect it has when applied to wooden tableware or furniture, making it look heavier and metal-like. I want the athletes who will come to the olympics to feel the same thing on them- to be tougher and stronger like metal.

    To create more connection to the olympics, I chose to use the olympic flame, which represent the inner fire of any athlete, their passion and energy.

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  5. 28 minutes ago, Sir Rols said:

    Which means we lose Glacib's. Really very sorry for you Glacib - a really good entry that I could have seen move on to challenge for the big prize. Thanks for entering - I hope we see you in future comps.

    Thank you very much. I hope that will be future comps so I could take part ;)


    Good luck to both of the finalists!

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  6. My logo for Havana is based on the happy and joyful people of Cuba, together with the Cuban star that represent the shine of every athlete in the Olympics and the tropical color that represent Cuba and Havana themselves.

    My logo for Hamburg is actually reflect the idea of what the logo should represent- the Olympics in Hamburg. The blue color represent the city as port city and full of water and the other colors are actually the olympic rings reflected on the water and literally shows the Olympics in Hamburg. The connected letters are symbol of the "togetherness" of the Olympics' spirit.  


    Good Luck for everyone!

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