Rio 2016 Olympic Games 3D Logo This is the 1st Olympic Games to get rid of bouquets.
Medalists standing on the podium are given a sculpture of the official Rio Olympics logo, which also happens to be the first 3D logo in the history of the Olympic Games, instead of the traditional floral bouquet. Rio officials decided that bouquets were not a sustainable option for the Olympic Games (though flowers are still included as stage decoration) and instead opted for a sculpture of the logo as a gift to winning athletes. This also marks the first Olympic Games to get rid of bouquets.
It took Gelli and his team 50 versions before settling on the final logo, which was produced as a 3D model and incorporates the curves of Sugarloaf Mountain. (The team also created the logo for the Paralympics.)
When viewed in the original digital scheme, the image can be rotated, as if the figures are spinning in a circle. 3D modeling also allows for it to be rendered as a physical object, which is what we see Olympians clutching during the medal ceremony.
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