Here are the posters that will be used for next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The organisers selected twelve leading British artists to create posters that would represent the games.
So far the fuss in British the press revolves around the lack of 'Olympic Rings', logos, or references to London and the UK.
....But the absence of traditional symbols will leave a lot to the public's imagination, instead, abstract paintings and thick brushstrokes are supposed to symbolise the Games values of respect, excellence and friendship.
But to go beyond sport was exactly the idea, according to Emin, who defended the modernist approach.
"The previous posters were all about strength and I don't feel that way. People who watch the Olympics like the emotional side of it," she said.
"Culture runs alongside the Olympics. London and Britain have a lot of more to offer than just sport and it really is a good chance for the UK to show everything that is going on in art. .... Yahoo Sport
This is the piece that most immediately caught my eye - I guess it's the Olympic Rings but not... here is what the artist Rachel Whiteread says about her piece, which may or may not be helpful.
To visit the homepage for the posters and learn more about them and purchasing please click here: http://festival.london2012.com/about/posters/posters.php