31.07.12 by Jeff

Illegal Olympics

Illegal Olympics a photography project by Craig Atkinson
Craig Atkinson has started a photo project documenting all the illegal uses of the Olympics name and branding around London. If you’d like to contribute to it, head over here.

Illegal Olympics a photography project by Craig Atkinson

Illegal Olympics a photography project by Craig Atkinson

Illegal Olympics a photography project by Craig Atkinson













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Craig

    Thanks Jeff! Would love to see what illegalities Canada has to offer!

    • Zeleny

      what does canada have to do with it?

  • traitors gonna trait

  • @twitter-25657753:disqus is what it is. this is great tho.

  • Neat project. Thanks for sharing, Jeff. Though having experienced the 2010 games, one has got to wonder if the IOC will crack down on these businesses and/or the project/book….

    • Alessandro

      then, a class action would be required… do they think Olympic games are a private property? Can’t believe how far we’ve gone with this finance/market silly stuff

  • like it! more illegals please!

  • Shanelee

    Rather ironic.

  • What a douchy thing to do.

  • dianne tanner

    HA love this I have totally seen some shining examples of this in the last week.





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