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1998 Nagano Winter Olympics | Glaser approved of the active floral design, saying "it feels like an event you want to attend". Another logo clocking in at 80 out of 100 points, the Nagano Snowflower was the branding brainchild of designers at Landor.
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2012 London Summer Olympics | "Because of its aggression, it persists in memory." Is this the Kerri Strug of Olympic logo design? Glaser makes a convincing case. This is the second Wolff Olins design to make the cut, with 80 out of 100 points. (If Athens 2004 was the agency's gold medal winning performance, this controversial design earned it the silver.)
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1988 Seoul Summer Olympics | Designed by local artists Hyun Kim and Yang Sung-chun, this logo features a Sam Taeguk symbol used in Shamanism, Daoism and Buddhism. Glaser said it had "significant impact", awarding it 75 out of 100 points.
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2000 Sydney Summer Olympics | Glaser thought the "gestural quality" of the drawing combined with the typography treatment made this one feel harmonious. But we're not so sure, which is why we're okay with Melbourne studio FHA Image Design receiving only 78 out of 100 points for this logo.
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1976 Montreal Summer Olympics | Okay, so Glaser actually awarded 5 different logos 70 out of 100 points. Innsbruck, Lillehammer, Salt Lake City and Vancouver all made the grade – barely. But we like the way "the rings have been transformed into the initial 'M' for Montreal", as Milton puts it. We think it deserves at least a 71.