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Diana Berg

My name is Diana Berg, I am a graphic designer from Donetsk, Ukraine. I work as an illustrator at my brother's web-studio, and I'm also a design teacher at the IT academy. I sincerely believe that good design and creativity will make the world a better place.

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Olympic Logo Tutorial #6: Paris – 1924

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Today, we will proceed with the last Olympic Logos series, going almost 90 years back in time to recreate the logo of eighth Olympic Games – Paris 1924. The Olympic games had an important role in history of Olympiad. In 1924 summer Olympics in Paris, the first conventional emblem was introduced (earlier games introduced only special flags) with the first motto – “Faster, Higher, Stronger”. And although the emblem of Paris 1924 Olympiad differs from later Olympic logos, it is still a very memorizing design. We’ll try to reproduce this logo with the help of Adobe Illustrator.
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Olympic Logo Tutorial #5: Los Angeles – 1984

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In this new Olmpic logo design series, we will discuss how to create the best and most challenging emblems of Olympic Games. We’ll recreate the next Olympic logo – the emblem of Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1984. The logo is pretty made up of stylized lines and we shall see how to achieve this line effect in illustrator. The idea is rather simple, but at the same time technically it is not easy to create – and it makes this logo very professional and memorizing piece of design. We’ll try to repeat all elements, so that the final result matches the original.
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Olympic Logo Tutorial #4: Mexico-68

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In this tutorial, we will continue the series of the best Olympic logos walkthrough. Today, we will recreate the amazing logotype of Olympic Games in Mexico of 1968. Although the logo was created more than 40 years ago, it still remains a favourite piece of design and typography for many people. We will use Adobe Illustrator features to recreate this unique logo. Let’s get started!
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Olympic Logo Tutorial #3: Torino 2006

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Hello! Today it is time to learn new logo design techniques from our Olympic logo series. We’ll be creating a modern and technological piece of design – logo of winter Olympic games in Torino of 2006. According to my research, this logo is one of the favourite logos among designers all over the world due to its simplicity yet freshness and uniqueness. Let’s see how it is done in illustrator.
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Premium Tutorial: Frosty Christmas Window

Christmas is coming soon! In this premium tutorial, we’ll create a frosty Christmas window for this holiday season and try different backgrounds for it – starting from simple gradient, to vector landscape, to any winter photos. We’ll be using various effects, two types of brushes, pathfinder and transparency panels, and even one mesh object to create this wonderful holiday scene. You will also learn how to create realistic paper snowflakes from scratch!
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Olympic Logo Tutorial #2: Lillehammer 1994

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In this tutorial, we will continue the series of the best Olympic logos walkthrough. Today, we will recreate the emblem of Olympic Games in Lillehammer of 1994. This nice and simple-looking design requires some creativity as well as knowledge of basic Adobe Illustrator features. Let’s get started!
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Olympic Logo Tutorial #1: Munich 1972

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Perhaps every designer is interested in Olympic Games emblems – among the Olympic logos of past century there are many outstanding pieces of design. Although many of them are original and simple, some are not easy to reproduce. I decided to take a challenge and try to create some of the best and more complex Olympic logos of past hundred years.

Today, we’ll start the series with a unique op-art emblem of Munich 1972, one of the favourite designers’ logos of all times. This optical illusion is rather hard to create, but we’ll learn how to do it properly. Let’s get started!
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