Mexico City has gone through different stages throughout its history. All of them were subject to economic and social phenomena. The metropolis we know today is not the same as that our grandparents knew. We can trace its history through the huge buildings that comprise the transport system that keeps moving and, of course, through design that characterizes it.
Lance Wyman was a figure of enormous importance in contemporary design, which maintained a close and special relationship with our country, because it, he created the logo of the Olympic Games which were held in 1968. After this, he was part of the Olympic program who led the architect Pedro Ramírez Vázquez. Wyman also designed the signposts of the subway, and participated in the 1970 FIFA World Cup. His other projects include: Supply Center, and logos of the Hotels Camino Real and Presidente Chapultepec, as well as brands as Vanity, and Museums as MARCO and Papalote Museo del Niño.
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