2010 FIFA World Cup host city posters launched

2010 Bloemfontein
FIFA has released the city posters for the host cities of the 2010 World Cup. The Cape Town poster, depicting the world famous Table Mountain celebrates diversity among its people while Durban shows off its character with bright colours and abundant ‘vibe’. For Johannesburg, prosperity is the inspiration behind the city’s poster but the city also made sure it included support for the national football team, Bafana Bafana, with green and gold as the colours. Mark thinks Bloem did the best design job while Nelspruit did something different.
What do you think of these posters?

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5 replies on “2010 FIFA World Cup host city posters launched”

  1. Really prefer the Bloemfontein one as well.Excellent designs all of them but a bit worried about the Jozi one.Very clever but the prominent part of this poster are a guys arms and hands and soccer is all about legs.Use it dont use it.

  2. i prefer the Pta and Jozi posters because for me they are the only posters you can look at them and see which city it respresents. others they just shows balls and they say nothing about the cities.Africans have heritage, these posters should represent that.

  3. I collect world cup posters–where can you buy these host city posters?

  4. I second Tim O’Donnell – where can I buy the host city posters? I cannot find anyone that is selling them.

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