The Los Angeles Olympics 2028 might feel eons away but the City of Angels Olympic and Paralympic committee has unveiled its official logo. A dynamic logo, it stands for the creativity and diversity of Los Angeles through the perspectives of Olympians and artists.
The official logo of LA Olympics 2028 is ever shifting with four key elements, including letters ‘L’ and ‘A’ for Los Angeles, the numerals 28 representing the game’s year and the rings, of course!
Here, the letter ‘L’ and number 28 remain constant while letter ‘A’ changes throughout, representing the styles of Los Angeles based stars. This includes Olympics figure skater Adam Rippon, snowboarder Chloe Kim, track pro Allyson Felix, gymnast Gabby Douglas, Paralympian Scout Bassett, boxer Chantel Navarro, musician Billie Eilish, YouTube star Lilly Singh, artist Steve Harrington, actor Reese Witherspoon and graffiti talent Bojórquez.
Created for the digital age, LA Olympics’ logo will also let one amplify voices and be a platform for individual stories of triumph, heartbreak and opportunity to recognize humanity’s diversity and dreams for the future.
Here’s how the official logo of the Los Angeles Olympics 2028 looks like:
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