Olympic Games Design Manual That Shaped the Visual Identity of 1972

The Munich ’72 “Guidelines and Standards for the Visual Design” encapsulate a defining moment in 20th-century graphic design history.

As the heart of one of the most memorable visual identities of the Games, they set new rules for branding and corporate identity and are still the primary source for similar events.

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