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Presenting you a collection of Winter Olympic Games logos, posters and mascots!

Especially for such a magnificent event as Olympic Games we’d like to introduce you a new chef d'oeuvre of our design treasury - a vivid collection of all Winter Olympic Games logos and symbols! Scrolling down the years you will feel the wind of changing tendency in identity design revealed in colors and curves.
So here is the collection of all of The Olympic Games logos, posters and mascots:

 

 

I Olympic Games in Chamonix, France, 1924.

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Artist: Auguste Matisse

 

II Olympic Games in St. Moritz, Switzerland, 1928

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Artist: Hugo Laubi

 

III Olympic Games Lake Placid, United States, 1932

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Artist: Witold Gordon

 

IIV Olympic Games Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, 1936

 

 

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Artist: Ludvig Hohlwein

 

IV Olympic Games, St. Moritz, Switzerland, 1948

 

 

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Artist: Fritz Hellinger

 

V Olympic Games, Oslo, Norway, 1952

 

 

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Artist: Knyt Yran

VI Olympic Games, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, 1956

 

 

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Artist: Frank Rondinelli

 

VII Olympic Games, Squaw Valley, United States, 1960

 

 

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VIII Olympic Games, Innsbruck, Austria, 1964

 

 

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Artist: Wilhelm Jaruska

 

IIX Olympic Games, Grenoble, France, 1968

 

 

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Artist: Jean Brian

mascot: Red Jaguar

 

IX Olympic Games, Sapporo, Japan, 1972

 

 

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Artist: Kazumassa Nagai

 

 

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X Olympic Games, Innsbruck, Austria, 1976

 

 

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Artist: Arthur Zelger


mascot: Snowman

 

 

 

XI Olympic Games, Lake Placid, United States, 1980

 

 

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Artist: Alan Litograph

 

Mascot: Rony Raccoon

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XII Olympic Games, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, 1984

 

 

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Artists: Cedomir Kostovic Kemal Hadzic

 

Mascot: Vucko Wolf

 

 

XIII Olympic Games, Calgary, Canada, 1988

 

 

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mascots: Howdy & Hidy bears

 

 

XIIV Olympic Games, Albertville, France, 1992

 

 

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Artist: Jean-Claude Killy & Michel Barnier


mascot: Magique

 

 

XIV Olympic Games, Lillehammer, Norway, 1994

 

 

 

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Mascots: Kristin and her brother Haakon

 

 

 

XV Olympic Games, Nagano, Japan, 1998

 

 

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Artist: Masuteru Aoba

 

Mascots: The Snowlets: Sukki, Nokki, Lekki, and Tsukki

 

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XVI Olympic Games, Salt Lake City, United States, 2002

 

 

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Publisher: SLOOC; Fine Art, Saint Louis

 

 

Mascots: Powder Cooper and Coal

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XVII Olympic Games, Turin, Italy,2006

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Artist: Marco Testa

 

Mascots: Neve and Gliz

 

 


 

 

XVIII Olympic Games, Vancouver, Canada,2010

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Mascots: Sumi, Quatchi, Miga

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 Faster! Higher ! Stronger! Remember this Moto!

Wish you luck on your way to the victory in every little thing you do!

 

 

 

 

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