7. Boomer – Boomer Man
Joyca, a Spanish confectionery company, introduced Boomer to India in 1995. This well-known bubble gum mascot has the appearance of a blue superhero, which enthralled children in the 1990s.
8. Murphy Radio – Murphy Baby
Not all of us have the idea who the lovely toddler who appeared in Murphy radio’s print advertisements in the 1970s and 1980s was. Many of you may recall the memorable commercial. Kagyu Tulku Rinpoche, who was three years old at the time of the advertisement shoot, has no recollection of it.
9. Quaker – Quaker Oats Man
The “Quaker dude” is a fictional character. His picture is of a man dressed in Quaker garb, which he chose because the Quaker faith embodied values such as honesty, integrity, purity, and strength.
10. MDH Masala
Mahashay’ Dharampal Gulati, the mascot for Indian masala and the face of the iconic spice brand MDH (Mahashian Di Hatti), had to overcome many obstacles on his journey.
Captain Morgan’s character is based on Henry Morgan, a real-life privateer. Morgan immigrated to the West Indies from Wales in 1654. He was promoted to Captain immediately and became known as a legal pirate.
11. Michelin – Michelin Man
Michelin man is a well-known figure. This plump brand mascot design was created to represent a person made of tires.
12. Pringles – Julio Pringles
Julio Pringles has a head shaped like a chip, implying that all of the chip bits within the one-of-a-kind package are of equal size.