London 2012 Olympic Mascots Wenlock and Mandeville

In London, were formally presented to the public mascots Olympic Games in 2012. The two characters - Wenlock and Mandeville - on a plan of founders were born from two drops of steel in the construction of the Olympic Stadium. Their names - the names of two British cities included in the history of the Olympic and Paralympic movement. Organizers hope that they will be able to become a general favorite, and help fund-raising campaigns and attract the attention of youth to the world competitions. To learn how to appreciate the creation of designers, students of one of London's schools and professional in design - in a report by David Bond from the BBC under the cut.