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Retro Olympic Logos

To commemorate a time when Olympic logos were less easy to ridicule, adidas Originals are releasing a series of Olympic Museum Archive Tees emblazoned with the official designs of Olympic Games dating back to 1972. 

Featuring the iconic designs of Olympic Games past, including those of Otl Aicher (Munich 1972), Georges Huel (Montreal 1976), and Robert Miles Runyan (Los Angeles 1984) these tees represent a solid way of tipping your hat to the Games without having to dust off the Union Jack facepaint.

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The adidas Originals Olympic Museum Archive Tees are priced at RRP £35

 

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