Caroline Wozniacki outfit designed by Stella McCartney:

Caroline Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki

Here are twelve posters that have been created by leading British artists to celebrate London Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The artists were asked to create imagery that celebrates the Olympic Games coming to London and expresses the values of the Olympics and Paralympics.

The images will go on show at Tate Britain in a free exhibition as part of the London 2012 Festival this summer, full details can be found on the festival website www.london2012.com/festival. The images will also be featured as part of a high profile campaign to promote the London 2012 Games.

The posters (at a cost of £7) and a small number of limited edition prints are available to order on the London 2012 online shop.

Rachel Whiteread – LOndOn 2O12
For her print, she has composed a pattern of overlapping rings in the Olympic colours. The rings explore the emblem of the Olympic Games, and also represent marks left by drinking bottles or glasses. They act as memories of a social gathering, such as the athletes in the stadium during the opening ceremony or the spectators of the Olympic Games.

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A few months before the 2012 Olympics in London, David Ken and adidas have done a series of portraits of the brand’s ambassador athletes.
Known for his advertising work, David Ken launched in 2009 a photo project called LOL Project, with his partner William Lafarge. The idea was to capture a laugh, a total time of letting go, he executed with more than 2,000 people in France.
 
For adidas, he shot a series of portraits in studio and outside of Nikola Karabatic, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Teddy Riner, Alexis Vastine, Mahiedine Mekhissi, Gwladys Epangue, Maureen Nisima, Gaëtane Thiney, Arnaud Assoumani and Assia El Hannouni. David Ken asked them to interpret the concentration, the determination to win and the letting go through their experiences and what they’ve been through, with the London Olympics in mind!

adidas x David Ken
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Andy Murray adidas Olympic kit

Andy Murray adidas Olympic kit

Andy Murray adidas Olympic kit

More on the GB Olympic kit designed by Stella McCartney

The French Open starts in about two months, and the French Federation of Tennis unveiled this year’s poster, designed by artist Hervé Di Rosa.
The artist chose to highlight the tennis ball because it’s « the main object of attention on a court, more than players. We watch players when they are in contact with the ball ».

Well, all I see is those disgusting big mouthes, UGLY! What do you think of it ?