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ChrisFizik

The Graphic Language of Min Wang --
http://www.shift.jp.org/en/archives/2008/07/min_wang.html

You may find this interview/article Shift did interesting to know some of the background and the guy working on it and a bunch of the Beijing identity items

Eric Hague

That Judo pictogram is a thing of beauty.

Señorita Puri

Hmmm maybe you'd like to check out how Amnesty International has transformed them for their new campaign ;-)

http://www.senoritapuri.com/2008/08/pekin-2008-olimpiadas-de-la-vergenza.html

XO Puri

Stephen Goldstein

This article in Baseline (London) tells the whole story of the design of the Beijing Olympics graphics program. The SHIFT article was adapted from it.

James K.

It's well done design and concept based on Chinese characters and stamp culture.

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