Olympic design resources

If the Olympics has got you all fired up and inspired, but in an artistic rather than a running kind of way, then check out the new theme in Bloomsbury Design Library:

‘Olympic Design: Visual identity, activism and designing to define a nation‘ has free chapters and articles from across the platform  on this theme, including on such things as:

  • The history of Japanese design
  • The Tokyo 1964 Olympics
  • Design activism and resistance
  • Yusaku Kamekura graphic designer for the 1964 Olympics
  • Learn about pong and how it shaped a new gaming experience

You can access this as well as a wealth of further design related resources by logging into Bloomsbury Design Library with your university username and password through the library catalogue.

Search the library catalogue for other Olympic themed items, click here to see a list

 

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