This mark is in regards to the 2032 Olympics being held in Lima, Peru. Llamas are native to the location, with their importance deeply rooted in the culture of the high Andes. Their significance dates back to Incan history, where they were considered sacred animals. Llamas were utilized for transportation, wool, and food. Today, they remain a creature with notable symbolic value in Peru. The final logo is comprised of a series of circular forms, creating the silhouette of a llama. Circular arches and accents are common throughout the architecture of Peru. The saddle, made of the five Olympic rings, reflects the textiles commonly decorating the Peruvian animal.