Colorful Olympic medal-holders baffle viewers

Publish Date : 2021-04-04


Colorful Olympic medal-holders baffle viewers

To quote one Twitter user, are they used for holding napkins?

No. The colorful figurines are in fact medal-holders, designed to hold and display Olympic medals. But for a while, many were puzzled by their purpose during the medal ceremonies.

The medal-holder is based on a 3-D sculpture from acclaimed graphic designer Fred Gelli and reflects 'contagious energy, harmonious diversity and exuberant nature,' according to the design website Tatil.



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That didn't stop social media users from guessing what the metal piece was for.

'Is it just me or does this year's Olympic trophy/figurine/souvenir spell 'Rio?' wondered one user.

Maybe it's a paperweight? Nope, it's definitely not a paperweight..

In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies.

In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. To quote one Twitter user, are they used for holding napkins? In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. Maybe it's a paperweight? Nope, it's definitely not a paperweight.. In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. That didn't stop social media users from guessing what the metal piece was for. No. The colorful figurines are in fact medal-holders, designed to hold and display Olympic medals. But for a while, many were puzzled by their purpose during the medal ceremonies. Maybe it's a paperweight? Nope, it's definitely not a paperweight.. No. The colorful figurines are in fact medal-holders, designed to hold and display Olympic medals. But for a while, many were puzzled by their purpose during the medal ceremonies. 'Is it just me or does this year's Olympic trophy/figurine/souvenir spell 'Rio?' wondered one user. No. The colorful figurines are in fact medal-holders, designed to hold and display Olympic medals. But for a while, many were puzzled by their purpose during the medal ceremonies. In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. To quote one Twitter user, are they used for holding napkins? 'Is it just me or does this year's Olympic trophy/figurine/souvenir spell 'Rio?' wondered one user. No. The colorful figurines are in fact medal-holders, designed to hold and display Olympic medals. But for a while, many were puzzled by their purpose during the medal ceremonies. In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. The medal-holder is based on a 3-D sculpture from acclaimed graphic designer Fred Gelli and reflects 'contagious energy, harmonious diversity and exuberant nature,' according to the design website Tatil. To quote one Twitter user, are they used for holding napkins? In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. That didn't stop social media users from guessing what the metal piece was for. 'Is it just me or does this year's Olympic trophy/figurine/souvenir spell 'Rio?' wondered one user. No. The colorful figurines are in fact medal-holders, designed to hold and display Olympic medals. But for a while, many were puzzled by their purpose during the medal ceremonies. That didn't stop social media users from guessing what the metal piece was for. No. The colorful figurines are in fact medal-holders, designed to hold and display Olympic medals. But for a while, many were puzzled by their purpose during the medal ceremonies. 'Is it just me or does this year's Olympic trophy/figurine/souvenir spell 'Rio?' wondered one user. Maybe it's a paperweight? Nope, it's definitely not a paperweight.. In the past, winners were traditionally presented with a bouquet of flowers along with their medals but it's now considered 'unsustainable,' according to Christy Nicolay, the executive producer of the victory ceremonies. No. The colorful figurines are in fact medal-holders, designed to hold and display Olympic medals. But for a while, many were puzzled by their purpose during the medal ceremonies.

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