Olympic posters proposal for London 2012. My thinking behind these posters was to convey the movement and energy of the games, in a simple abstract way.
drooling at the nice 2012 Olympic poster ideas Alan has put forth here ..... homage to 1972 of course, but still....can the London logo disaster be salvaged by improved design in other key aspects of the Olympic design fronts?
some great abstract graphic posters proposed for the Olympics
Impresionante diseñador británico. Con carteles de los juegos olímpicos de Londres que quitan el 'sentío'...Welcome to NBC Learn
In cooperation with the National Science Foundation, NBC Learn explores the physics, biology, chemistry, and math behind the winter games.
NBC Learn is the education arm of NBC News. We are making the global resources of NBC News and the historic film and video archive available to teachers, students, schools and universities.
online videos capitalize on students’ interest in the Vancouver Olympics to make science more accessible to them by illustrating how scientific principles apply to competitive sports. Narrated by NBC News anchor Lester Holt, the series is available to educators free of charge on the NBC Learn web site as a timely way to incorporate the Olympics into their classroom teaching.
The Science behind the winter olympics
NBC Learn interviews athletes, coaches, and scientists in this original 16-part series, and unravels the physics, biology, chemistry, and materials engineering behind the Olympic Winter Games. The Science of the Olympic Winter Games is made possible through a partnership with the National Science Foundation.Vancouver 2010, part 1 of 2 - The Big Picture - Boston.com
The Big Picture - News Stories in Photographs from the Boston GlobeOlympic Pictograms Through the Ages - Video Feature - NYTimes.com
Designer Steven Heller traces the evolution of the tiny symbols for each Olympic sport since their appearance in 1936.
Pictograms design through the ages.
a história dos pictogramas nas OlimpíadasBBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | The other man on the podium
When Tommie Smith and John Carlos gave a gloved Black Power salute on the Olympic podium in October 1968 it sent a shockwave through sport. But what happened to the other man on the platform?
In case you ever wondered who the white guy on the podium was.