TWENTY-NINE YEARS AGO, we began to develop the digital art services featured on this site. Each service is tried and true thanks to our many clients from around the globe.
Did you know that, according to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a mascot is “a person, animal, or object adopted by a group as a symbolic figure especially to bring them good luck?” We keep this definition in mind as we develop our mascot designs. Suppose we can design a mascot that brings good luck to an individual or a business regarding their finances and popularity. In that case, we can also consider ourselves the receivers of good luck.
Mascots are synonymous with sports, and you are probably most familiar with these mascots—for example, Phillie Phanatic, San Diego Chicken, Billy The Marlin, and the Cardinal. Sports mascots stir up excitement in a game and promote team spirit.
You may expect similar results even with mascots outside of the sports arena. Consider the benefits of a real estate mascot for your promotions or a mascot to represent your charity group. Businesses may also find an appropriate use for a lovable cartoon mascot. Look at the polar bear for Polar soft drinks or the Rice Crispies trio, Snap, Crackle, and Pop. Consider how these memorable mascots helped those companies’ sales and recognition factors. A lot of good luck there, we’ll wager.