Vintage Poster – Munich Olympics, Hurdles, Otl Aicher, 1972

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Olympic Hurdles  – One of 24 series original posters designed for 1972 Munich Olympics by Otl Aicher.

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    Munich Olympic Hurdles.

    • title: Olympic Hurdles poster, 1972 Munich Olympics, Germany

    poster design: Otl Aicher

    Olympics hurdles poster designed by Otl Aicher for 1972 Olympics. Minimalist design featuring hurdles track and jumping racers is complemented by limited blue and green colour scheme. It is and authentic 1972 poster with small flyer inviting for one of the Olympic events. (*Please note that the flier is attached). Superb vintage poster printed on heavy paper with stunning bright colours. Poster was never folded. Small fold with two small marks in the top left corner, slightly creased top left corner and small, barely visible fold in the bottom left corner; excellent condition. Print is in A1 poster size.

    Otto Aicher was a pioneer German Graphic designer and typographer. As a chief graphic designer of 1972 Munich Olympics he created a remarkable visual identity for 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany. His Olympic Games posters are characteristic of the deliberate avoidance of the red and black which were traditionally associated with a Nazi Germany and the use of the bold colours with metallic effect.

    Please explore collection of remarkable poster designs by Otl Aicher for

    1972 Munich Olympics.

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