Ticket Passes of the 1972 Munich Olympic Games

March 1st, 2011

Ticket passes are usually the first things we throw away when passing through the entrance gates. Luckily for us the great 1972 Olympic Games Archive collected them and we’re able to see the continuation of simplicity throughout the design collateral.

As a kid I sometimes wish I would have collected things such as ticket passes. I’m sure it would have been interesting to look back at the design—if only I would’ve been into design at that age. Also it would have helped to be born twenty years earlier.

Hit the jump to see more images.

Posted by on 03/1/11 in 1970s, Design, Print

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  1. Michael says:

    Amazing, specially the clock in the upper corner.

  2. thehalvo says:

    I love the red stripe pieces. It’s so bold, yet so perfect.

  3. Colin Oakes says:

    Nice collection of retro design inspiration, thanks for sharing.

  4. Eric Richardson says:

    I have 2 tickets from the games,1 athletics and 1 football – the athletics one was given to me by my then employer (1960 wold bobsleigh champion) a hotelier in Bavaria It was a guest of honour ticket!! – I also have a badge with olyimpic guest loggo – as well as a ticket for the Olympiaturm 290m tower and restaurant

    My tickets are dated 31/08/1972

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