On October 22, the host city of Paris, the Summer Olympic Games and the 2024 Paralympic Games announced the logos of the world’s two largest sporting events.
On October 22, the host city of Paris, the Summer Olympic Games and the 2024 Paralympic Games announced the logos of the world’s two largest sporting events. This is the first time in history that two sporting events have the same symbol.
The logo is made in an art-deco style, is a circular drawing depicting a stylized fire on a yellow background. The lines of the flare still echo the lines of Marianne’s lips and facial expressions, the image of the personification of the Republic of France since 1789. The announcement of the logo clearly stated that the logo had three symbols: a yellow circle. symbolizing the sports medal, the flame is the soul of the Olympic and Paralympic, and Marianne represents France.
This new logo will replace the “24” Eiffel Tower used in the campaign to win the bid. The organizers call this a symbol for the new stage, which is no longer a campaign to host, but rather promote the event to the public and potential sponsors. The logo that represents the pride of the host country is welcomed worldwide in 2024.
The logo is hung in front of the famous Grand Rex cinema door when it is first launched to the French capital.
The mascot of the c in 2022 is the image of the “Don Don Don” panda, while the Paralympic mascot is the “Snow Dung Dung” lantern.
On the evening of September 17, the mascot of the Winter Olympics and the 2022 Paralympic Games for the Disabled was held in Beijing, China.
The mascot of the 2022 Winter Olympic Games is the “Don Don Don” Panda, whose English name is Bing Dwen Dwen. With the image of anthropomorphized from a close, lovely animal, dubbed the “national treasure” of China, Panda “Don Don Don” embodies the harmonious coexistence of humans and nature. The name of the mascot means pure, resilient, robust and vivacious.
Meanwhile, the mascot of the Winter Olympic Games for the Paralympic 2022 is the image of the “Snow Dung Dung” Lantern, whose English name is Shuey Rhon Rhon. Inspired by the familiar red lantern, the 2022 Beijing Winter Paralympic mascot, “Snow Dung Dung,” carries in itself the sense of purity, harmony, warmth and tolerance.
Reportedly, the mascots were selected from nearly 6000 designs sent to the Organizing Committee. In addition to Chinese works, there are designs of 35 countries around the world. The mascot was chosen by two design teams of the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts and the Jilin Academy of Art, China.
The 2022 Winter Olympics will take place in Beijing and towns in the vicinity of Hebei Province, China, from February 4 to 20, 2022. Meanwhile, the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games will take place from March 4 to 13, 2022.