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The 6 Most Clearly Disturbing Mascots in Marketing History
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Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Designing a mascot is one of the easiest things in the world: first, come up with a character vaguely related to your product or organization. Next, be sure to give it giant, dead eyes, and then ensure that the costume won't physically kill the poor intern who has to wear it at corporate events serious wounding is fine; they're just interns. Finally, run the whole thing past at least one dude without any severe damage to the parts of his brain responsible for basic logic to make sure your mascot is not inadvertently endorsing something completely insane. You probably think that last step isn't really necessary, but tell that to In , the telecom company Vodafone released an Australian commercial featuring children's heads superimposed onto adult bodies. It went about as well as you would expect, if you would expect the ad to make you question the existence of a loving God. The commercial starts off on a subway with one of the "kidults" dancing around like a maniac without any of the passengers brutally attacking him in a blind panic.
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