Paris 2024 unveils the Look of the Games and the pictograms of the Olympic and Paralympic disciplines
On Wednesday 8 February, Paris 2024 unveiled the Look of the Games as well as the pictograms of the Olympic and Paralympic disciplines in the presence of Tony Estanguet, President of Paris 2024, Emmanuel Grégoire, First Deputy Mayor of Paris, Laurent Mazaury, Sports Vice-President of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Julie Matikhine, Brand Director of Paris 2024, and Jérôme Fernandez, former international handball player (double Olympic champion in 2008 and 2012).
With a year and a half to go before Paris 2024, athletes and spectators from all over the world will now be able to visualise what the Games will look like, in the competition venues, the host cities and the celebration sites. The look presented this morning highlights elegance, creativity, and the "French art de vivre", and conveys the innovative and bold ambition of Paris 2024.
This is also the case for the 62 pictograms of the Olympic and Paralympic disciplines, which are another example of the creative ambition of Paris 2024, represented in the form of coats of arms, a stylistic innovation celebrating the different sporting communities. These pictograms will appear for the first time in mid-February on the Olympic Games ticketing website during the sale of ‘Make Your Games’ packs.
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