2012 Summer Olympics Logo – The XXX Olympic Games will be held between July 27 and August 12 of 2012 in the city of London , England . This will be the first city to host the Olympics three times, having played host in 1908 and 1948.
The logo was unveiled on June 4, 2007 by the Olympic Committee and the ambassadors of the game. Represents the number ” 2012 “and includes the Olympic rings and the word ‘ London ‘. Its modern design, displayed in pink, blue, green and orange means dynamism, and over time from submission to the opening day. Also symbolizes “the Olympic spirit and the willingness of the games to attract public participation . ” For the first time the logo has the same design for the Paralympic Games.Its creator was the brand consultancy Wolff Ollins.
The official mascots of the Olympic and Paralympic Games are Wenlock and Mandeville . They were created by the company Iris and delivered on May 19, 2010.According to the story, both born of the drops falling steel construction of the last support beam of the Olympic Stadium in London .
Pet names refer to two British towns significance for the Olympics . Wenlock’s name is based in the town of Much Wenlock , located in the county of Shropshire, where they took place Wenlock Olympics, organized by William Penny Brookes and one of the inspirations of Baron Pierre de Coubertin , founder of the modern Olympic movement . Mandeville’s name, meanwhile, refers to Stoke Mandeville , in the county of Buckinghamshire . There, in the year 1948-the same day they were opened the London Olympics – Dr. Ludwig Guttmann organized a competition for veterans of World War II who suffered spinal cord injuries, which laid the foundation for Paralympic Games .