Brazilian design shop defends Rio 2016 logo

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Here's the official logo for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. It was unveiled on New Year's Eve at a giant, drunken party on the Copacabana beach—and it has that joyous Brazilian thing going on, with the three interlocking figures making merry in a sweeping dance. Brazil's Tatíl Design created the logo, and did a nice job with it. Unfortunately, the shop has had to deal with charges of plagiarism, after someone pointed out similarities to the Telluride Foundation's logo (see below).

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