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“Spoon Tamago” written in Tokyo 2020 font (our only complaint is the ampersand wasn’t available) The logo for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics was revealed 2 weeks ago, on the date that marked exactly 5 years to the opening ceremony. And while you certainly can’t please everyone, we loved it and felt the general consensus was a thumbs up as well.What is the new logo of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics?
Japan’s Olympic organisers have unveiled the new official logos of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games in April 2016. The new logo now features an industrial sans serif instead of the previous slab serif design. The sans serif is very similar to Din 1451.When and where are the 2020 Olympics?
The 2020 Summer Olympics, commonly known as Tokyo 2020, is a major international multi-sport event due to be held from 24 July – 9 August 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. On 24th of July, 2015, the emblems for both the Olympics and Paralympics were presented via a special event in Tokyo, exactly 5 years before the Olympic opening ceremony.How many official posters did TOCOG reveal for the 2020 Olympics?
On 7 January 2020, TOCOG revealed 20 official posters for the Games, created by a mixed of local and international artists. The posters were placed on public display in an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo . Now it's your turn!