Wenlock Olympic mascot plush toy

Front view of a toy showing the single eye. Front view of a toy showing the bangles worn on the arms. Side view of a toy showing the suction pad. Side view of a toy showing the suction pad.
Front view of a toy showing the single eye. Front view of a toy showing the bangles worn on the arms. Side view of a toy showing the suction pad. Side view of a toy showing the suction pad.

Description

A small plush toy in the shape of the Wenlock 2012 Olympic mascot, with attached suction cup to enable suspension. Created by London based creative agency Iris, Wenlock 'born' from drops of steel from the Olympic stadium, is named after Much Wenlock in Shropshire, the village that hosted the precursor to the Olympics in the 19th century.
Designers & Manufacturers
Designer (Person)
Manufacturer

Object number

AIBDC : 006488

Date

2012

Country

Method

Dimensions
Width
160mm
Height
170mm
Depth
80mm

Colour