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45 Olympic Logos and Symbols From 1924 to 2022

Last week, I visited my friend in China and I couldn’t help but notice Beijing 2022 symbols all over the place. This made me look into the history of Olympic logos; the oldest I could find was dated back to 1924.

I noticed that Sochi has the first logo that features domain extensions ( Most likely, we will see similar trends in the upcoming years. I was surprised that some of those logos use flat designs, which became popular only a few years ago. Olympics logos must be kept clean and easy to remember; so far, each country has done an amazing job with it.

Here goes the entire Olympic logo collection from 1924 to 2022. Which one is your favorite logo, and which one is the worst?

Update (1):

You might also want to look into Olympic poster collection.

Update (2):

Added Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic logo/symbol

Update (3):

Added Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic logo.

Update (4):

Replaced Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic emblem.

Paris – Summer Olympics 1924


Lake Placid – Winter Olympics 1932


Los Angeles – Summer Olympics 1932

1932 Summer Olympics Los Angeles

Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Winter Olympics 1936

Garmisch-Partenkirchen – Winter Olympics 1936

Berlin – Summer Olympics 1936

Berlin – Summer Olympics 1936

St. Moritz – Winter Olympics 1948

St. Moritz – Winter Olympics 1948

London – Summer Olympics 1948

London – Summer Olympics 1948

Oslo – Winter Olympics 1952

Oslo – Winter Olympics 1952

Helsinki – Summer Olympics 1952

Helsinki – Summer Olympics 1952

Cortina d’Ampezzo – Winter Olympics 1956

Cortina d’Ampezzo – Winter Olympics 1956

Melbourne and Stockholm – Summer Olympics 1956

Melbourne and Stockholm – Summer Olympics 1956

Squaw Valley, California – Winter 1960

Squaw Valley, California – Winter 1960

Rome – Summer Olympics 1960

Rome – Summer Olympics 1960

Innsbruck – Winter Olympics 1964

Innsbruck – Winter Olympics 1964

Tokyo – Summer Olympics 1964

Tokyo – Summer Olympics 1964

Grenoble – Winter Olympics 1968

Grenoble – Winter Olympics 1968

Mexico – Summer 1968

Mexico – Summer Olympics 1968

Sapporo – Winter 1972

Sapporo – Winter Olympics 1972

Munich – Summer 1972

Munich – Summer Olympics 1972

Innsbruck – Winter 1976

Innsbruck – Winter Olympics 1976

Montreal – Summer 1976

Montreal – Summer Olympics 1976

Lake Placid – Winter 1980

Lake Placid – Winter Olympics 1980

Moscow – Summer 1980

Moscow – Summer Olympics 1980

Sarajevo – Winter 1984

Sarajevo – Winter 1984

Los Angeles – Summer 1984

Los Angeles – Summer 1984

Calgary – Winter 1988

Calgary – Winter Olympics 1988

Seoul – Summer 1988

Seoul – Summer Olympics 1988

Albertville – Winter 1992

Albertville – Winter Olympics 1992

Barcelona – Summer 1992

Barcelona – Summer Olympics 1992

Lillehammer – Winter 1994

Lillehammer – Winter Olympics 1994

Atlanta – Summer 1996

Atlanta – Summer Olympics 1996

Nagano – Winter 1998

Nagano – Winter Olympics 1998

Sydney – Summer 2000

Sydney – Summer Olympics 2000

Salt Lake City – Winter 2002

Salt Lake City – Winter Olympics 2002

Athens – Summer 2004

Athens – Summer Olympics 2004

Torino – Winter 2006

Turino – Winter Olympics 2006

Beijing – Summer 2008

Beijing – Summer Olympics 2008

Vancouver – Winter 2010

Vancouver – Winter Olympics 2010

London – Summer 2012

London – Summer Olympics 2012

Sochi – Winter Olympics 2014

Sochi - Winter Olympics 2014

Rio – Summer 2016

Rio - Summer Olympics 2016

PyeongChang – Winter 2018

PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics

Tokyo – Summer 2020

tokyo-2020-olympic-logo Beijing – Winter Olympics 2022

Beijing 2022 winter olympics logo
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This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Anton Suprun says:

    Rio 2016 looks like a buttplug to me. It should not look like a buttplug

    1. Michel Schweinsberg says:

      People see what they are looking for I suppose.

    2. And you know this, because ?

  2. Lots of issues around the 2020 emblem but in my opinion, it is better than 2012’s logo.

  3. Sheen Bird says:

    Wonderful. I. I waiting for Rio 2k16

    1. Sheen,

      Rio Olympics 2016 are right around the corner but we have already listed their logo. We have wen as far as listing logo for Olympics 2022.

  4. Gonna have to echo Font Geek’s concerns here. “Fairly accurate” doesn’t really cut it, unfortunately, from an editorial standpoint. For one, most of these are clearly live-traced (from what source, who knows). Every pixel and ever nanometer counts with branding – colors, typeface, kerning, curves – the whole thing. And if we can’t be sure any of these are the actual official logos (which they certainly don’t seem to be), then it casts huge doubt over veracity of this exercise and not much can be drawn from this collection. This may sound nit picky, but it is in fact, quite serious. In this case, with the permission of this website, it appears that FastCoDesign syndicated this collection in an article and apparently failed to CQ on their end as well. So, sorry for being a downer, but I really think this article should have a more explicit statement about the provenance of the graphics collected here, because as it is, it is terribly misleading.

    1. Michel Schweinsberg says:

      I don’t discount the importance of maintaining accuracy, but I think for the most part people who came to this site probably did so from a search engine and a search similar to “Olympic Logos” or something similar. They just wanted to know what the logos looked like. I doubt they have to be flawlessly perfect to the last atom. I just wanted to know what the logos looked like in general. You would recognize any of these logos as the logos of each Olympics. It was informative, which was the main point of the article. You got information you needed.

  5. The real font was Univers. Amateurs have imitated the real design — and shit happened.

  6. Michel Schweinsberg says:

    Very possibly the coolest one, yes.

  7. Personally, I prefer the RIO Olympic logo 🤗

  8. Unfortunately all of these logos are incorrect. They are close to the originals, but do not have authentic type, colors, and lines. The 1936 logo isn’t even the right logo at all!

    Hulse and Durrell, the designers who did Vancouver 2010 actually were later hired to create an Olympic heritage collection with the authentic logos and branding for all of the games.

    Hope this helps anyone looking for accuracy and you should add a note to this article saying these scans are inaccurate.

  9. Helvetica, not Arial. Helvetica is the (un)official font for the City of Montreal — used on all their signage.

  10. Olympics has been around for such a long time now. So many great memories from the games as I have followed them for so many years now.

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