Tag Archives: olympics

Grey goes into battle for refugees again at the Olympics

At the Olympics there’s a team of ten refugees competing under the International Olympics Committee’s banner, trying to demonstrate – what exactly? That the IOC has a heart/conscience? That the Games isn’t all about rampant nationalism and doping? Regarding the ...

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Apple’s Human Family strikes right note for Olympics

Apple isn’t as popular as it used to be. It’s grown too big, makes too much money, avoids too much tax and drives users nuts with constant upgrades that don’t work as well as they should. It also doesn’t have ...

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BETC Paris turns on the Olympic style for Lacoste

So much of BETC Paris’ output seems effortlessly brilliant, although I’m sure a lot of blood, sweat and tears goes into it. But the agency almost can’t help being stylish. Here’s another stylish effort, ‘Support With Style’ strangely enough, for ...

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Paralympics closing ceremony shows the best of British creativity

The extraordinary London Olympics and Paralympics have finally drawn to a close and, if anything, the Paralympics have outdone their big brother. Never more so than in last night’s closing ceremony that featured, among others, Rihanna (giving her insurers heart ...

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