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7 gold medal-worthy D&AD Pencil-winners

Over the years, the Olympics have given rise to some of the most memorable pieces of design – from Lance Wyman's Mexico '68 identity, to Wolff Olins' controversial London 2012 logo. But as well as the graphic design surrounding the Games each year, there's also a whole host of clever creative work that makes the most of the sporting event; everything from press ads and paper wraps to TV commercials and digital design.

We've delved into the archive to find out which pieces of work earned themselves a place on our Judges' D&AD Pencil podiums. 

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