Amik Official Mascot + Packaging

s-l1600-1 910437722_tp 910437710_tp

Amik was the mascot of the 1976 Summer Olympics. In the Algonquin language, amik means “beaver.” A national competition was held to name it. The beaver or “amik” was chosen as mascot because it is an animal strongly associated with Canada, the country where the games were held. The beaver also represents hard work.

Amik came with either a red stripe with the logo of the Montreal Olympics or a multicolored ribbon representing the Montreal Olympic Organizing Committee. Amik was designed by Guy St-Arnaud, Yvon Laroche, and Pierre-Yves Pelletier, under the direction of Georges Huel.

Similar Posts
Trouble In Dreams Album Art
Gillette Packaging
Vonnegut Dollhouse: CD Packaging
Happy Planet Packaging
Solo Safety-Tip Bob Pins
Nesbitts Orange Bottle Cap
Kozlik’s Mustard