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13-01-2008, 18:03 #21
1984 - Los Angeles - SummerΛος Άντζελες 1984
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1988 - Seoul - SummerSeoul 1988
The official poster represented the Games ideal of "Harmony and Progress" in the combination of two images. In the poster, the five rings symbolising the pure Olympic spirit were rendered in bright figurative form to represent the Olympic ideal illuminating the world in peace forever. The image of the runner carrying the Olympic torch symbolised mankind's progress towards happiness and prosperity. The official posters were done with computer graphic techniques, and light blue and bright orange colours were blended to symbolise Korea as the Land of Morning Calm.
13-01-2008, 18:07 #23
1992 - Barcelona - SummerBarcelona 1992
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1996 - Atlanta - SummerAtlanta 1996
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) President, Juan Antonio Samaranch, chose this image drawn by an artist from "The Look of the Games", Primo Angeli, as the official poster for the 1996 Olympic Games.
13-01-2008, 18:11 #25
2000 - Sydney - SummerΣινδνέυ 2000
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13-01-2008, 18:14 #26
2004 - Athens - SummerΑθήνα 2004
The 2004 Olympic Games emblem portrays an olive wreath, or kotinos, a branch from an olive tree intertwined in a circle. The emblem is a reference to the ancient Olympic Games, where the kotinos was the official award of Olympic champions. In addition, the olive was the sacred tree of Athens. The colours of the emblem symbolise the shades of white and blue found in the Greek countryside.
13-01-2008, 18:18 #27
2004 - Athens - Summer - The TorchΑθήνα 2004
The Athens 2004 Olympic torch is designed to resemble an olive leaf. Weighing 700 gr. and standing at 68 cm, the torch's design was selected to enhance the flame with its upward dynamic shape. Its ergonomic curved design establishes the torch as the continuation of the flame, which does not only come from the torch, but rises as a continuation of the torchbearer's hand.
On August 13th 2004 in the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games in Greece, the torch lit the flame in the Athens Olympic Stadium.
13-01-2008, 18:21 #28
2004 - Athens - Summer - The MascotsΑθήνα 2004
Phevos and Athena, the official ATHENS 2004 mascots, are brother and sister. The brother and sister mascots are inspired from a pair of 7th century dolls found during archaeological excavations in Greece. Their names are linked to Ancient Greece, yet the two siblings are children of modern times.
The names are of two Olympian gods: Phevos, the god of light and music, known as Apollo; and Athena, goddess of wisdom and patron of the city of Athens. Phevos and Athena represent the link between Greek history and the modern Olympic Games.
Phevos and Athena represent the values of Olympism: participation, brotherhood, equality, cooperation, fair play.
Athena and Phevos are two dolls. They remind us of the pleasure of indulging in games; they highlight that the value of participation is higher than that of victory.
14-01-2008, 00:47 #29
2008 Πεκίνο.Πεκίνο 2008
14-01-2008, 00:51 #30
2008 Πεκίνο.Πεκίνο 2008.
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