Mexico olympics

Relive the excitement of the Mexico Olympics and discover the unforgettable moments that made history. Explore top highlights and iconic performances from this historic sporting event.
Mexico city ~ Mexico. XIX OLYMPIADE. 1968. (3). Vintage Posters, Summer Olympics, Vintage Travel Posters, Mexico City, Travel Posters, Op Art, Vintage Travel, Retro Design, Poster Design

In honour of the London 2012 Summer Olympics closing, here are some great Olympic posters from three past host cities - Mexico 1968, Montréal 1976 & Moscow 1980. Must say, watching the Olympic Marathon has me vaguely inspired. It may be high time for me to factor some form of regular exercise into my life. Inspired enough to Google 'Treadmill Hire' anyway. It's a start. Rome wasn't built in a day.

Mexico 68 - 99% Invisible Mexico City, Design, Mexico, Ciudad De México, Wayfinding System, Wayfinding, Deporte, Mexico Olympics, Event Signage

The 1968 Olympics took place in Mexico City, Mexico. It was the first Games ever hosted in a Latin American country. And for Mexico City, the event was an opportunity to show the world that they were a metropolis as worthy as London, Berlin, Rome or Tokyo to host this huge international affair. Among other ground-breaking

Erin McDermott
VINTAGE OLYMPICS // Mexico 1968 | Modern Kiddo Mexico City, Outdoor, Mexico, Summer Olympics, Op Art, Olympic Games, Mexico Olympics, Olympics, City

The year was 1968 and the Summer Olympics (or the Games of the XIX Olympiad, as they were officially called!) were held in Mexico City, Mexico. The Mexican Olympics were notable for many things: they were the first Games hosted by a Latin American nation, they were the first Games to feature a woman torch-bearer lighting the Olympic flame…they were the […]

Gerardo gandy
Mexico 68 Olympics Design Is Still Revered, Disputed | Fronteras Design, Art, Op Art, Mexican Graphic Design, Mexico Olympics, Design Inpiration, Contemporary Graphic Design, Contemporary Graphic, Conference Design

The Mexico City Olympic Games began 50 years ago, on Oct. 12. The Games’ vibrant visual identity became the icon of an era and a country, and the style is celebrated as a cornerstone for contemporary graphic design. But its success also brought an ongoing dispute between people from both sides of the border.Mexico Seeks ‘Lost’ Children Artists For 50th Anniversary Of 1968 Olympics →

Saya Russell