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  • Steve Fowler

    1976 Denver Winter Olympic Gmaes Poster - Retro Graphic Design

  • Christian Hansen

    "Hairy Sack of Magic" in Vintage Design

  • Paige Strohmaier

    Designspiration — Design Inspiration

  • Chris McConnell

    The 1976 Winter Olympic Games were originally awarded to the city of Denver, but they withdrew after some financial concerns. But during the bid, Massimo Vignelli designed a few things, including this wonderful candidate poster. This is one of my personal favorite posters from that era, the way the 76 is cropped off acts as a teaser.

  • Paul Aspden

    1976 denver winter olympics by Massimo Vignelli #graphicdesign #typography

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