Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee released official posters and calligraphy works of Chinese characters

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 Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee released official posters and calligraphy works of Chinese characters


The 20 posters were created by 19 artists, including 12 for the Olympic Games and 8 for the Paralympics. The emblem designer of Tokyo Olympic Games and Paralympic Games, Hirofumi Nodo, once again designed a work for the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.

The two works of Chinese characters are Xiang written by Jin Ze Xiangzi, a female calligrapher, and Kai written by shimaokang.

I hope all athletes and people who support the Olympic Games can fly high in Tokyo, said 24-year-old Kim, referring to his work

As for the reason for choosing the word Kai, shiuma Kanger, 49, said: calligraphy has a history of more than 3000 years and is an important part of Japanese culture and art I chose the word Kai from thousands of Chinese characters, because the whole body and mind of human beings are completely open to the universe.

The 20 works are selected from works submitted by artists from many countries and regions in the world. 17 of the 19 designers are from Japan, another British and a Singaporean. All works will be on public display at Tokyo Modern Art Museum from January 7.

Takeo Minlang, CEO of the Tokyo Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games, and Keiko Koike, governor of Tokyo, attended the conference.

Source: editor in charge of Netease Sports: Zhao Ruiqi, nb12596