Sunday, April 29, 2018

Sunday, April 29, 2018 ~

Vancouver Olympics Mascot

Miga and Quatchi, the official mascot of the 2010 Winter Olympics, Sumi is the official mascot of the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games, and Mukmuk was held in Canada British Columbia Vancouver, both teams sidekick. The four mascots were released on November 27, 2007. They were designed by Canada and the American duo, Meomi Design.

This is the first time that the Olympic and Paralympic mascots have been introduced at the same time.

Development  "Inuak Inukshuk ", a symbol of the 2010 Winter Olympics, was selected in an open contest. But he received some criticism from the indigenous peoples.

Vancouver Olympics Mascot

So the mascot artist was selected in the competition. Five people have been finalized through the process of brainstorming to 177 experts worldwide. In December 2006, VANOC finally selected the concept of Meomi design. Formed in 2002, Meomi was born in Vicki Wong and Milford, Michigan, a graphic design designer from Canada born in Vancouver.

A group of Michael Murphy responsible for design and Motion graphics. The Meomi character's drawing style is more closely related to the city's vinyl while Illustrating sports writers Michael Erdmann and John Ryan commented on the Olympic mascot held in Canada.

Vancouver Olympics Mascot
Vancouver Olympics Mascot
Said. After the selection, Meomi has provided more than 20 concepts to VANOC, and three concepts have been selected. Vancouver Olympics Mascot The conception of the mascot was based on the local fauna, the legends of the First Nation, myths and legendary creatures.

During the design process, the early name of Quatchi was dismissed when an undisclosed term was found to have a rude meaning in another language. An animated video of Buck, a design studio based in New York and Los Angeles, was projected into the mascot's first public presentation, along with the music provided by Kid Koala.

Details about the mascot were kept secret and published until November 27, 2007.

Crumb The mysterious Marine bears, the killer whales in part, and some Kell-mode bears live on the coast of Vancouver Island. He loves surfing in the summer, especially surfing in Tofino, and winter snowboarding. The sea bears are inspired by the legends of the First Nation in the Pacific Northwest. Kell mode bears are variants of black rare white or creamy bears peculiar to the central part of the west coast of the British state of Colombia.

Vancouver Olympics Mascot

According to the legend of the First Nations, the Bear Kermode (also known as the bear of the spirits) turns white by Raven and reminds people of the Ice Age. Okey is honoured as a sea traveller and keeper, even in the art and narrative of the First Nation on the west coast.

Quatchi Sasquatch. He came from the mysterious Forest of Canada and dreamt of being a hockey goalkeeper, with a blue ear. He loves to travel and learn about the local dances and the kitchens of every place he visits. He's got a camera around his neck wherever he goes. His name comes from "Yeti ". itself, the Jacomerem-language Musket (IPA: [sæsq ' ˈ TS]) J. This is a word made by W. Burns. Bigfoot is a popular figure in the local legends of the Pacific West Coast.

Vancouver Olympics Mascot

Bigfoot reminds people of the mysteries and wonders that exist in the natural world and evokes their imagination about the possibilities of unknown creatures in the desert of Canada.

Fillet the foot of an American black bear topped with a whale hat-like murderer in the artistic style of an animal guardian spirit and Haida people with Thunderbird feathers. He lives in the mountains of British Columbia and is a passionate person and respectful of the environment. Its name comes from the word Salish  "Submesh ".

This means the spirit of the keeper. Its favourite sport is alpine skiing in Monoski. Transformation is a common theme of art and legends of the First Nation on the west coast. Transformation represents the connection and intimacy between humans and animals and the spiritual world. Famous animals like ogre whales, bears and Thunderbird are depicted in the form of masks, totems and other art. Orca is a sea traveller and keeper. Bears often represent strength and friendship.

And the Thunderbird, which produces thunder with its flutter, is one of the most powerful of supernatural creatures.

Mukumku Although Marmot of Vancouver Island is expressed as "small and friendly ", it acts as  "Side Kick ". He's got a big appetite. Its name is Chinook Wawa  "Muckamuck ", which means "Food " or  "Eat ". As of December 2008, he has joined other pets as a stuffed animal.

The Marmot of Vancouver Island is a very rare and endangered species peculiar to the mountains of Vancouver Island. Vancouver Olympics Mascot Mukmuk, the "Sidekick " Designate was a successful escape, but  "has captured the hearts of the game's pairs all over. "

He made an impromptu "protest" at the Vancouver Art Gallery, making him a full-fledged mascot and creating the "top five " for the Olympics in the 24-hour Vancouver version.
Image criticism and confusion

When the mascot was announced, there was a first concern about whether they would be effective in representing British Columbia and Canada. On July 3, 2009, Canadian artist Michael R. Barrick created two composite images based on the official art and fan art created by Angela. Vancouver Olympics Mascot 4chan the image board. This image was created to  Visually criticize how the style of the mascot looks like a Pedobear style.

As a result of the image that appears at the top of the Google image, this image was mistakenly used by other media. The Polish newspaper Gazetaolsztyńska used one of the cover articles on the upcoming Olympic Games, published on February 4, 2010.

Similarly, the Netherlands TV guide Avrobode used one of the images.

After the game 48 of the 61 life-size mascot costumes were destroyed in accordance with the strict orders of the International Olympic Committee that the mascot should not be reused for animation or reuse. There are three pairs of suits in Canada, a set for the IOC in Switzerland, and a pair of Sumi outfits for the International Paralympic Committee in Germany.