mascots

What really is the difference between the Covington students and Chiefs fans?
People are confused whether Gritty is actually a sentient ZZ Top beard.
Just watch Cosmo blow that dancing shark out of the water.
When I was a teen I used you to tie-die sheets, Sometimes we are on the rocks, but when we are together it’s always a good
Think of Poppy as the veteran of the Bubbles who has seen it all and can’t be popped. While Poppy’s taking it easy now, he’s
Even though he’s a CEO, Jack’s not afraid to get his hands dirty — and it’s a trait that Leslie Diard, Communications Planning
By Heather Taylor Artist Dorothy Hope Smith can be credited with illustrating one of advertising’s most cherubic faces. In
Which brands throughout the decades consistently nail it with their ad campaigns? Was there any specific reason for not including
The 1970s welcomed a more rugged, outdoorsy Green Giant to the Valley, accompanied by his enthusiastic apprentice, the Little
A couple of weeks ago, we got to know more about one of Keebler’s most famous icons: “chief spokeself” Ernie Keebler. While
For Jeff Siegel, VP and Creative Director at CP+B Miami, Mr. Peanut turning 100 is hands-down the best brand mascot story
An appeals court ruled that a trademark provision that prohibits disparaging names violates the First Amendment.
Turns out the kiddie empire has some highly unexpected cameos in its past.
Super Leo the lion looks like he's super drunk. In a video of the incident, Leo valiantly struggles to his feet in time to
The controversy surrounding the Washington football team name is in some ways a bellwether. Americans do not know enough about our shared history even to be properly offended at the lack of an inclusive narrative that illuminates the history of this continent in all of its complexity.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog just took the magic out of being an adult walking around New York City in a giant Elmo costume
Fall sports season is underway for Illinois high school students who are wearing their school colors and being cheered on by their schools' mascots. But among the ubiquitous Eagles and Wildcats, some Illinois high schools have some pretty creative mascots.
After all these years ... do you actually know the head Keebler elf's real name?