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My entries: Tokyo 2020 - The Portal My Tokyo entry is based on the medieval Japanese portals and archtecture and in the traditional Japanese paitings. The shape with curves brings the sense of moti

And another... This is my submission for Santiago 2022. It's a ski run through a mountain valley, shaped like an "S." I picked the colors from the city flag. I'm churning these out because I'm hole

I don't know if this is appropriate because this is use of another persons logo...?

15859334228_34985c2f22.jpge2fe11313913b4723989d3af6fd582b2 by NZLGamesBids, on Flickr

https://www.behance.net/gallery/1530465/Winter-Olympics-2018

http://www.ryanbruner.net/2018-winter-olympics-santiago/

Unless you're "Ryan Burner" of course. :P

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Actually just found this,

16021095256_feb61899ca.jpgSantiago_Olympics_Event_Poster_by_blooangel2000 by NZLGamesBids, on Flickr

http://blooangel2000.deviantart.com/art/Santiago-Olympics-Event-Poster-123225336

and both of the logos he entered appear here,

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?p=107073975

... side by side, most likely where they were ripped from.

I definitely object to this.


*better link

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=107070447&postcount=114

where the two are displayed side by side.

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Bit stuck on what else to add. I know it looks like it was drawn by a 5 year old but i'm not an inkscape expert and i'm not fond of cheating...

If you'd like, I can help out. I'm not great at freehand curves, but when it comes to simple lines, I can help translate it into inkscape, add rings/text, etc. Just send me a PM.

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The golden 'arches' symbolise the entry point to Melbourne - the Bolte Bridge and the West Gate. they also symbolise large hills - not mountains as Melbourne doesn't really have any of those. The 'M' shape also symbolises Moorabin and Marybyrnong where the new sports precincts will be built.

This is a completely new concept in sports branding - a really TOP effort I believe.

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Bit stuck on what else to add. I know it looks like it was drawn by a 5 year old but i'm not an inkscape expert and i'm not fond of cheating...

Meant to be mountains and then upside down mountains... don't ask.

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I'd get rid of the pointless A in a circle and put a horizontal white line two thirds of the way up the green mountain to create the A as part of the logo.

Then maybe get rid of the lines top and bottom, and make the coloured triangles graded (easy to do in Inkscape).

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Here is my official Anchorage logo, I did use the Chicago Star design to portray the north star. The colors and gradient are inspired by the Aurora Borealis. I do not have a motto yet, but I was thinking either "Paint the Sky" or "Color the World" would be good. So without further ado, I present Anchorage 2022:

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