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By Karen R. Goddy, Georgia L. Freedman-Harvey

This ebook positive aspects The Olympic video games: A historic evaluate, How the humanities have been Manifested within the glossy Olympic video games, Olympic Posters: A hyperlink among paintings and activity, 24 colour, full-page plates, a chronology and an exhibition record.

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Page 26 and Page 46 Page 40 and Page 48 Hernando Gonzallo Villa Carlos Almaraz, 1941-1989 David L. Wolper, Chariman Anita L. DeFrantz, President Board of Directors Howard P. Allen John C. Argue Yvonne Brathwaite Burke Jae Min Chang Lodwrick M. Cook Anita L. DeFrantz James L. Easton Shirley T. Hosoi Earvin "Magic" Johnson Rafer Johnson Maureen Kindel Richard D. Nanula Peter O'Malley Rodney W. Rood Dr. Frank Sanchez Harry L. Usher Gilbert R. Vasquez David L.

Stockholm Printrun: total of 88,350 posters in 16 languages Games of the IXth Olympiad, Amsterdam 1928 Joseph Johannes (Jos) Rovers, Holland, b. 5 x 63 cm) 15 3/8 x 9½ inches (39 x 24 cm) Printer: Joh. 5 cm) Printer: Union Litho Co. Inc. 5 cm) 12½ x 9½ inches (32 x 24 cm) Printer: unknown Printrun: 106,150 (large posters, 13 languages) 22,450 (small posters) 46 Olympic Winter Games, St. B. Y. Printrun: unknown 1940 Games of the XXth Olympiad, Munich Otl H. Aicher, Germany, 1922-1991 Official Poster Offset Lithography 33 x 24 inches (84 x 60 cm) Printer: Mandruck, Munich Printrun: 5,000 Games of the XIVth Olympiad, London 1948 Walter Herz, England, born in Germany 1909 (Heros Publicity Studios, LTD) Official Poster Lithograph 41 x 29 1/8 inches (104 x 74 cm) 30 x 20 1/8 inches (76 x 51 cm) 18½ x 14½ inches (47 x 37 cm) Printer: Mc Corquodale & Co.

The design by Armando Testa, an award winning graphic artist, was chosen out of 212 entries (Official Report, XVIIth Olympiad Rome, 1960). He made use of Roman mythological icons, the she-wolf with Romulus and Remus (the legendary founders of Rome), and placed them on top of a column. The cut out forms within the capital represent an athlete and several people of rank around him. This scene alludes to a victorious athlete who, according to ancient custom, was allowed to crown himself. GAMES OF THE XVIIITH OLYMPIAD | Tokyo 1964 Artist: Yusaku Kamekura b.

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