Colorful Geometric Illustrations of London 2012 Olympics

Athens, Greece-based visual designer Charis Tsevis has just released some of his most fantastic work to date. Created for Yahoo!’s coverage of the London 2012 Olympic games, they’re six illustrations that show “once-in-a-lifetime moments that happen every four years.” Tsevis made three images for three different sports (diving, gymnastics and running) with an extra image for running to represent celebration and victory.

Who better to represent the graceful and energetic movements of the Olympic athletes than Tsevis? His incredible, color bursting illustrations seem to jump off the screen. Especially love the detail images.















Charis Tsevis’ website



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