Juventus vs Bayern Munich Kostum Badut Maskot Duel!

Juventus vs Bayern Munich Kostum Badut Maskot Duel!

The mascots of Juventus and Bayern Munich gave a fair-play lesson. J, the zebra who represents Juventus, went to the Turin airport to receive Berni’s bear Berni, and he still took a plaque with his opponent’s name in the Champions League knockout rounds. The game between Juventus and Bayern Munich tonight is considered an anticipated final of the Champions League, but is also being an example of promoting fair play. The mascots of the two clubs, the German bear “Berni” and the Italian zebra “J”, have joined in videos that have been circulating in social networks to promote today’s meeting, to count for the first leg of the last 16 of the league Millionaire. This Monday, a first video of the arrival of Berni to Turin and the zealous reception of zebra J was announced. Today, on the day of the challenge itself, it is possible to see the two mascots walking around the city and joining Children in a park for a football game. A joint and humorous communication of the two European colossi, anticipating a great football game tonight, starting at 7.45. Eighth finals of the Champions League, European giants facing each other … Synonym of rivalry to the flower of the skin? Not for the mascots of Juventus and Bayern Munich. In a marketing action preaching harmony between the opponents of this Tuesday’s duel in Turin, hJ – the zebra that animates Juve fans – went to the airport to receive Berni, a bear that has been winning fans at Bayern. With the right to a plaque with the name of the Bavarian kostum badut maskot,...
COBI – BARCELONA 1992 BAJU MASKOT

COBI – BARCELONA 1992 BAJU MASKOT

To choose a mascot of the Barcelona Games, the organizers held a competition with six designers: Fernando Amat, Angel Beaumont, Francesc Capdevila, Javier Mariscal, Francesc Petit and Pere Torrent “Peret”. Olympic has examined the different proposals for the mascot. On January 29, 1988 a mascot was created by Javier Mariscal, which consisted of an image of a human with a Catalan shepherd dog with open arms, drawn in a way that appears to be a flat person, Nothing Remembering the “Disney” style of its predecessors. Mariscal was inspired by the interpretation of Picasso’s work “The Girls” by Velásquez to create the mascot. To make a mascot more acceptable to the public, the character traces were softened. Once the mascot was finished, it was time to baptize it. The name chosen for Cobi, reminiscent of the name of the Organizing Committee of the Games (COOB), easy to be remembered and pronounced in the most diverse languages. The shape of the mask was gradually modified to a definitive definition for the public as the 1992 Games. Cobi was a successful salesman with various products being sold on a wide scale. The baju maskot, even, had a series of cartoon, which in Brazil was called ‘Cobi and his gang’ and spent on TV Cultura. Cobi ended up being, along with Misha, one of the most popular mascots in the history of the Olympic Games. Below is an opening of his animated series:...