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On a Scale from 1-100, Milton Glaser Rates Every Single Olympic Logo Design in History

There's been much controversy recently around Olympic logo design, but let's not forget the rich and varying narrative the Games' graphic design has weaved over the decades. Ahead of Rio 2016, who better to cast their eyes and critical judgement over the good, the bad, and the ugly of logo design for Olympics past, present, and future than Milton Glaser? Here he is.

Source: https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/milton-glaser-analyzes-olympic-logo-design-through-the-ages/ via #ifttt

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