The 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics were visually defined by a palette barely touched by patriotic red, white, and blue. Rather, designer Deborah Sussman — with her husband, architect Paul Prejza — colored the city with environmental graphics that buoyantly exuded the hues of the diverse cultures in LA.
i’m still upset i wasn’t alive to see the 1984 games. so many amazing olympic art pieces were made. soo many good ones.