Have you just come across the WordPress Wapuu and wondered what the buzz is all about? If yes, then stay right here.
From its humble origins to the creation of over 120 stunning WordCamp avatars, Wapuu has become an indispensable part of the WordPress community. Prepare to be amazed as we unravel the story behind the smiling Wapuu and its incredible evolution.
In this journey, we’ll delve into the enchanting history of WordPress Wapuu. And unveil not just one or two but over 120 stunning avatars gracing the WordPress community.
So, whether you’re a WordPress fan or just want to explore more about this adorable little mascot, keep reading!
What is a WordPress Wapuu? (Introduction)
Wapuu is an unofficial but very beloved mascot of the WordPress community.
In other words, Wapuu is a special character or symbol created to embody the spirit of WordPress events such as meetups, WordCamps, brands, and even personal projects.
WordPress Wapuu’s journey began on February 19, 2011, during WordCamp Fukuoka. Initially designed as a mascot to promote WordPress in Japan by Kazuko Kaneuchi, it didn’t stop at that.
Wapuu’s popularity soared, and it soon became a beloved symbol worldwide. No matter where you go in a WordPress community event, you’re sure to find a Wapuu somewhere.
Let’s see some facts.
The original Wapuu featured the mascot character hugging the WordPress logo. Over time, it has evolved as WordPress users globally personalized it to reflect their local communities. This evolution has given rise to a varied collection of Wapuus, each with its own unique story.
For example, Chao Phraya Boat Wapuu is for WordCamp Asia 2023. It represents the iconic Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. Also, embodies the spirit of the city with its vibrant colors and boat design.
At its core, Wapuu is more than just a cute and playful character. It’s a symbol of creativity, innovation, and collaboration.
Now, let’s explore Wapuu’s evolution and discover the heartwarming stories behind its many forms.
History of WordPress Wapuu – The Origin
From its humble beginnings at WordCamp Fukuoka in 2011, Wapuu’s journey has been extraordinary. Indeed, it mirrors the vibrant evolution of the WordPress platform itself.
Now, let’s check out the Wapuu’s origin story in the timeline below.
May 12, 2010
Kazuko submitted the first drafts of the mascot, which included 12 unique illustrations.
The admins of ja.wordpress.org chose option “E” from Kazuko’s drafts as the final mascot, now known as Wapuu.
February 19, 2011
August 2, 2011
August 12, 2011
So, that’s it!
From 2009 to 2011, the Wapuu was in the making. From 2011 onward, it’s traveled the world!
Before we move ahead, let us add a fact on how the Japanese WordPress community suggested the mascot idea.
Thanks to Firefox’s popular Foxkeh mascot!
Inspired by that, the Japanese WordPress community thought it was time for WordPress to have its own mascot as well. And hence Wapuu was born!
Read the detailed account of the birth of Wapuu here.
Evolution of WordPress Wapuu Over Time
Wapuu, the WordPress mascot, has evolved alongside the platform, reflecting the growth of WordPress and local communities.
For example, if you look at the Wapuu of Japan, they have adopted their cultural elements to design Wappus for each WordCamp.
|Calligrapher Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2015||Embodies the Japanese artistry style implemented in writing, design, code, etc.|
|Ogi Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2016||Wears Japanese men’s attire like an Eboshi hat and Sensu which is a Japanese-style foldable hand fan.|
|With Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2017||This Wapuu talks about the future with its futuristic look holding a ball full of humans and aliens onboard.|
Besides this, there is no limitation to the number of Wappus you can design for each WordCamp.
As WordPress continues to evolve, so too will Wapuu.
It’ll remain a testament to the dynamic nature of the WordPress community. Adapting to new challenges, embracing new ideas, and continuing to unite WordPress enthusiasts worldwide.
List of Stunning WordCamp Wapuus
Here’s a list of all the Wappu designs that we’ve found from all the available website sources until now.
If we’ve missed any of the WordCamp Wapuus, then please don’t hesitate to tell us in the comment below. We’ll be happy to add them here.
Now, let’s check out the Wapuus here that are sure to delight and inspire you.
Wapuus from Major Flagship WordCamps
The Wapuus at flagship WordCamps embody the event’s spirit and theme, symbolizing the WordPress community’s identity.
It serves as a playful mascot, engaging attendees and reflecting the WordPress ecosystem’s creativity and collaboration.
Let’s take a look at them!
I. WordCamp US – 6 Wapuu Variations (2015 – 2023)
|Benpuu||WordCamp US 2015||Benpuu is a fresh variation of the WordCamp Wapuus, showcasing his stylish attire and cherished book.|
|WordCamp US 2018||WordCamp US 2018||It’s a creative Wapuu with long hair and a headband along with a guitar.|
|Wapuu Louie||WordCamp US 2019||Louie embodies baseball, mirroring the St. Louis Cardinals (an American professional baseball team based in St. Louis.)|
|WCUS 2021 Wapuu||WordCamp US 2021||It wears a backpack, and a WordPress cap, and holds the WCUS roadmap while exploring a National Park.|
|SurferPuu||WordCamp US 2022||It represents the Birch Aquarium, public outreach center for the renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego.|
|GeorgiPuu||WordCamp US 2023||GeorgiPuu has bright rainbow colors that make it look lively. Also, this Wapuu wears festive clothing with vibrant colors.|
II. WordCamp Europe – 4 Wapuu Avatars (2020 – 2023)
|Okaeri Wapuu||WordCamp Europe 2020||It welcomes you with a warm “Okaeri” greeting, symbolizing the essence of connection in the WordPress community.|
|Oh, hello Wapuu!||WordCamp Europe 2021||Oh, hello Wapuu! is a friendly and outgoing Wapuu who loves to meet new people and build relationships.|
|Galito||WordCamp Europe 2022||Galito is inspired by the Barcelos Rooster, a symbol of Portugal’s love of life and embodying faith, honesty, justice, and luck.|
|WAthena||WordCamp Europe 2023||Wathena Wapuu showcases the WordPress logo on a blue background, representing wisdom and crafts.|
III. WordCamp Asia – 2 Wapuu Designs 2020-2023)
|Tuk-tuk Wapuu||WordCamp Asia 2020||Embodies the spirit of knowledge sharing and liveliness in bustling Bangkok, with a vibrant red Tuk-tuk symbolizing speed and fun.|
|Chao Phraya Boat Wapuu||WordCamp Asia 2023||As a 2020 series, 3 Wapuu rides the Chao Phraya River. Plus, it’s adorned with WCA (WordPress Community Asia) colors and logo.|
Continent Wise Wapuu Designs
Now we’ll go through all the Wapuus available until now. Here, we’ll list them as per the Continent. So, let’s check them out.
Asia – 44 Wapuus Since 2011 to 2023
I. Japan – 15 Wapuu Designs (2011 – 2023)
|Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2011||It’s a simple character with a yellow round body, representing the WordPress logo, showcasing a blend of WordPress and Japanese culture.|
|Tawapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2012||A friendly and outgoing Wapuu who loves to meet new people and learn new things.|
|Kabuki Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2013||It celebrates the Japanese traditional theatre of Kabuki, wearing a traditional Kabuki costume.|
|Robo Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2014||A futuristic Wapuu with robotic faces flying on a rocket with mechanical wings. Holding the WordPress logo and talking about the future of WordPress.|
|Kansai Wapuu||WordCamp Kansai 2014||Showcases a blue flame, symbolize the “lamp of experience and knowledge,” which is the theme for WordCamp.|
|Calligrapher Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2015||Celebrates the essence of writing, design, code, and theme of this year’s WordCamp “More Publishing.”|
|Ogi Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2016||Wearing a traditional Eboshi hat and holding onto a “Sensu” Japanese-style foldable hand fan, represents the traditional Japanese accessories.|
|3D Wapuu||WordCamp Kansai 2016||This Wapuu took on a three-dimensional form in a creative and innovative way.|
|With Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2017||This Wapuu depicts that it’s taking everyone to the future. You can see the Wappu holding on to the ball where everyone is boarded|
|En Wapuu||WordCamp Kyoto 2017||It embodies an arc-like roundness in Wapuu’s back and tail, ultimately resulting in the distinct design of En Wapuu.|
|Maido Wapuu||WordCamp Osaka 2018||Dressed in a blue Fundoshi (Japanese men’s outerwear), a Kasa hat, and Geta footwear, represent traditional Japanese clothing.|
|Ogijima Wapuu||WordCamp Ogijima 2018||Ogijima has 2 Wapuus, one Wapuu holding the Ogijima lighthouse, and the other one on the top of the lighthouse.|
|Rock Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2018||This Wappu wears a black and red earring, puts a guitar on the back, and raises one hand with the WordPress band.|
|Connect Wapuu||WordCamp Tokyo 2019||Represents WordCamp Tokyo theme “Connect”. Symbolizes the idea of the Gutenberg Block editor in WordPress 5.0.|
|Meon Wapuu||WordCamp Ogijima 2020||The Meon Wapuu of this year looks like a ship. This Wapuu represents a marine taxi driver who maintains cruisers on Ogijima.|
II. India – 14 Wapuu Avatars (2016- 2019)
|Napuu||WordCamp Nashik 2016||Napuu, a blend of Nashik and Wapuu, embodies the city’s rich cultural and spiritual heritage.|
|TwinNapuus||WordCamp Nashik 2017||Meet the Twin Napuus, Nashik’s special Wapuus who love to play the Dhol and Tasha to celebrate Nashik’s vibrant Dhol culture.|
|Ammu and Appu||WordCamp Kochi 2017||Ammu is the girl Wapuu, representing Kerala’s culture, Appu, the boy wears traditional attire and both enjoy “WordPress coconut.”|
|Wapuu Saa||WordCamp Udaipur 2017||Wappu Sa loves Rajasthan’s culture and heritage and wears a traditional Pagri (turban) which has many practical uses.|
|Wambhau||WordCamp Mumbai 2017||Inspired by the dabbawalas. It brings a mix of WordPress goodness and local culture with a unique Marathi twist.|
|WapuuBa and WapuuBha||WordCamp Ahmedabad 2017||WapuuBa is inspired by the festive spirit of Navratri. WapuuBha, represents the Amdavadi celebrations.|
|Deepuu||WordCamp Delhi 2017||Represents Delhi passion, unity, and a global outlook, and has a positive vision and a lot of energy.|
|Wapsara||WordCamp Pune 2017||Represents the vibrant culture of Maharashtra with her traditional attire, nose ring, and earrings.|
|Kaapu Bhai||WordCamp Kanpur 2017||Kaapu Bhai is a Wapuu that represents Kanpur’s style with leather clothing, a mustache, and sunglasses.|
|Wapuuji||WordCamp Ahmedabad 2018||Wapuuji celebrates learning, sharing, and dancing, all while embracing the city’s rich heritage and royal culture.|
|Kaapu Bhai||WordCamp Kanpur 2018||Kaapu Bhai loves Banarasi Chai and Munna Samosa. He wears leather clothes and cool sunglasses.|
|HaoBhau||WordCamp Nagpur 2018||His name comes from the local dialect phrase “Hao Bhau,” which means “yes bro.”|
|WordCamp Udaipur 2019||Playing music at the Artist House venue with cool headphones and DJ control station, with fun at the event.|
|Wapuu Da||WordCamp Kolkata 2019||Represents a typical Bengali Babu, who loves Roshogollas and is a symbol of Kolkata’s rich identity and culture.|
III. Nepal – 2 Wapuu Variations (2018 – 2023)
This Wapuu was created for the first WordCamp in Biratnagar. It wears a coat, gate, hat, shoes, and a traditional topi. It represents the unique spirit of the event.
Jhilkey is a Wapuu that combines fun and tradition. It wears Nepalese clothes and has a unique look that shows how technology and culture can go together.
IV. Thailand – 3 Wapuu Avatars (2017 – 2019)
Wapuu Thailand, featured at WordCamp Bangkok 2017, represents the traditional Thai game “Kluay Stem Horse”. This is an effort to preserve and celebrate Thailand’s cultural heritage.
Hanuman Wapuu is a delightful fusion of Thai art and Wapuu cuteness inspired by the Thai classic masked play, Ramakien.
V. Indonesia – 2 Wapuu Designs (2017 – 2019)
Wapuu Ondel-Ondel is based on the traditional Indonesian folk performance, Wayang Kulit, which features large, brightly colored puppets.
Wapuu Si-pitung (WordCamp Jakarta 2019)
Wapuu Si-pitung, a new Wapuu introduced at WordCamp Jakarta 2019, is based on the local legend of Si Pitung. It joins the many different and unique Wapuus from Indonesia.
VI. Philippines – 4 Wapuu Variations (2017 – 2019)
|Jeepney Wapuu||WordCamp Manila 2017||Looks like Lapu-Lapu, a Filipino hero, and wearing a bandana and carrying Cebu’s famous lechon, which is a roasted pig.|
|Sorbetero Wapuu||WordCamp Manila 2018||Celebrates sorbetes, a traditional Filipino ice cream sold by sorbeteros in Manila. It represents a part of Filipino culture.|
|Wapuu Lapu||WordCamp Cebu 2019||Looks like Lapu-Lapu, a Filipino hero, wearing a bandana and carrying Cebu’s famous lechon, which is a roasted pig.|
|Siopuu||WordCamp Iloilo 2019||This wapuu loves to eat siopao, a Filipino steamed bun. Siopuu represents the Ilonggo people, known for being chill and festive.|
VII. Sri Lanka – 1 Wapuu Avatar (2017)
Yakapuu wears a “Gini Jala Raksha” mask, which is a traditional Sri Lankan mask that represents ancient warriors. This is a way to honor Sri Lanka’s rich cultural heritage.
VIII. Malaysia – 1 Wapuu Avatar (2018)
The Durian Wapuu is named after the durian fruit, which is a native fruit of Southeast Asia. It’s also featured on a variety of WordPress merchandise, such as t-shirts, stickers, and mugs.
IX. Taiwan – 1 Wapuu Avatar (2018)
WordCamp Taipei 2018’s mascot, Wapuu, is a unique mix of WordPress and Taiwanese culture. It’s inspired by the lion dance, a popular Taiwanese tradition, and represents the vibrant spirit of the event.
X. China – 1 Wapuu Avatar (2019)
Drakong Wapuu is a Wapuu that looks like a flying dragon. It represents the spirit of Hong Kong and celebrates the return of WordCamp to the city after 10 years.
Europe – 43 Wapuus Since 2015 to 2023
United Kingdom – 10 Wapuu Avatars
|Wapuubee||WordCamp Manchester 2015||Wapuubee is a unique fusion of the iconic Wapuu character and The Manchester Worker Bee by Andonette Wilkinson.|
|Edinburgh’s Wapuu||WordCamp Edinburgh 2015||Wears a Tartan hat and skirt made of Tartan, symbolizing the culture of Edinburgh.|
|Brighton Wapuu and Sid||WordCamp Brighton 2016||It’s a symbol of diversity and inclusion that has a bird, a lolly, and a shovel in the red bucket.|
|Jakeypuu||WordCamp Lancaster 2016||Expresses its Lancaster County farm, holding a Pennsylvania Dutch hex sign used in ornaments buildings, and clothing.|
|Wapuunicorn||WordCamp Edinburgh 2017||Wapuunicorn with a magical WordPress Orb of Web-Platform Power.|
|Worker Bee Wapuu
||WordCamp Manchester 2018||Features a bright yellow antenna on its head and colorful wings, embodying the dedication of WordPress enthusiasts.|
|One Wapuu Band||WordCamp London 2018||Celebration of London’s rich music ecosystem through exceptional visual design at WordCamp London.|
|Pearly Kings and Queens||WordCamp London 2019||Pearly Kings and Queens are inspired by London’s Pearlies, wears suits and hats covered in mother-of-pearl buttons.|
|Grafuu||WordCamp Bristol 2019||Is holding a spray can and is ready to create beautiful street art. It celebrates Bristol’s famous street art scene.|
|Glasgowapuu||WordCamp Glasgow 2020||Looks a lot like a haggis, a traditional Scottish dish, became popular at WordCamp Glasgow 2020.|
Spain – 7 Wapuu Avatars
|León Wuapurro||WordCamp Zaragoza 2018||It is a playful lion wearing the traditional costume of the Aragon region of Spain.|
|WPGranada Fajalauza||WordCamp Granada 2018||Its design is inspired by taracea and Fajalauza ceramics, which are traditional crafts of the city.|
|WapumagoGC||WordCamp Las Palmas De Gran Canaria 2018||Looks like a pilgrim wearing traditional Canarian clothing celebrating the rich heritage of the Canary Islands.|
|WapuuPaca and WapuuPaco||WordCamp Sevilla 2019||WapuuPaco is a Southern, code-focused Wapuu that wears flip-flops and has a “Keep Calm” attitude.|
|Wapaa||WordCamp Valencia 2019||Inspired by the city’s iconic oranges. It symbolizes joy and good vibes at the event.|
|Wappu Peregrino||WordCamp Galicia 2021||Wapuu Peregrino is a WordPress mascot that looks like a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago. It represents the unique journey to Galicia.|
|Wapuu Pepe and Wapuu Pepa||WordCamp Seville 2021||Pepa and Pepe are adventurous and love the city. They show people around the city all the WordCamp events.|
Germany – 8 Wapuu Variations
|Wapuualaaf||WordCamp Cologne 2015||Wapuualaaf wears a traditional carnival hat and has a big belly from drinking Kölsch beer.|
|Wapuu The BER||WordCamp Berlin 2015||It is excited about the Janze Chose event in November, and it thanks Martin Janz and Eurotext for their support.|
|Frapuu||WordCamp Frankfurt 2016||It loves to drink cider and write poems on Sachsenhäuser Berg, a hill with a panoramic view of the city.|
|Nuremberg Wapuus||WordCamp Nuremberg 2016||They are inspired by the real Nuremberg Castle and have helpful companions.|
|Cologne Wappus||WordCamp Cologne 2017||Based on the characters from the famous Hänneschen-Theater in Cologne, reflects the warm and welcoming Cologne spirit.|
|The Düsseldorf Wapuu||WordCamp Düsseldorf 2019||It represents the spirit of Düsseldorf, which is known for its friendly people and relaxed atmosphere.|
|WCSTG Wapuus||WordCamp Stuttgart 2019||Based on the city’s unique traditions, such as Maultaschen, Kehrwoche, Spätzle, and local TV icons.|
|Peace Rider Wapuu||WordCamp Osnabrück 2019||It symbolizes the Peace of Westphalia negotiations during the Thirty Years’ War.|
France – 4 Wapuu Variations
|Auguste||WordCamp Bordeaux 2017||Holds a Cannelés which is a small French pastry. It also carries blue grapes symbolizing love for good wines from Bordeaux.|
|Dany||WordCamp Lille 2018||Dany, the Wapuu of WordCamp Lille 2018 wears a hat, gloves, and scarf while holding a snow globe representing the winter of Lille.|
|Titi||WordCamp Paris 2018||Titi the official mascot of WordCamp Paris holds a ball with the Eiffel Tower inside, symbolizing the attraction of Paris.|
|Biarritz Wapuu||WordCamp Biarritz 2023||Represents a cool place loved by surfers everywhere, with awesome waves and a cool surfer vibe.|
Italy – 4 Wapuu Designs
|Wapuus Maximus Meridius||WordCamp Rome 2017||Representing the Roman community. Since then, it has been their mascot for all WordPress events held in the city.|
|Liotruu||WordCamp Catania 2019||Wears a special hat called “Coppola” from Sicily, and hugs the WordPress logo.|
|Benvenuto Spaghettuu||WordCamp Italia 2020||Wears a strainer as a hat and holds a fork full of spaghetti. Representing one of the iconic foods of Italy.|
|Italy Wapuu’s||WordCamp Italy 2022||Spaghettuu II and Margherituu is an addition symbolizing the essence of the Italian community and food.|
Bulgaria – 3 Wapuu Variations
|Sofia Wapuus||WordCamp Sofia 2017||Has 4 Wapuus dressed in Bulgarian traditional clothing, holds flag, hugs the Saint Sofia statue. And fourth holds a stone plate with the Bulgarian coat of arms.|
|Varna Wapuus||WordCamp Varna 2017||4 Wappus, one dressed as a marine, ship captain, and fishman. And one in a snorkeling suit.|
|Plovdiv Wapuus||WordCamp Plovdiv 2019||4 Wapuus, each Wapuu has a unique look and personality, showcasing Plovdiv’s culture and history.|
Serbia – 1 Wapuu Design
Meet Wapuujlo, who wears a traditional Serbian hat called šajkača and holds a plum. Which is a symbol of Serbia, showcasing a blend of Serbian tradition with WordPress.
Russia – 1 Wapuu Avatar
Finland – 1 Wapuu Design
The Wapuu of WordCamp Finland loves to climb the tall tower called Näsinneula in Finland. Enjoy the amazing views of the city and the beautiful surroundings.
Ireland – 1 Wapuu Avatar
The Wapuu of Dublin is inspired by the rich tradition of great writers in Dublin and throughout Ireland. It symbolizes the connection between code, poetry, and writers, followed by WordPress’ tagline, “Code is poetry.”
Bucharest – 1 Wapuu Design
Kosice – 1 Wapuu Avatar
Hockeypuu is a friendly character, who represents a city in Slovakia called Kosice. This Wapuu wears a hockey jersey, holding a hockey stick with a cheerful smile.
Portugal – 1 Wapuu Design
North America – 23 Wapuus Since 2016 to 2021
United States – 19 Wapuu Designs
|Rochester’s Wapuu||WordCamp Rochester 2016||Has a camera and is holding pictures of the First Federal Plaza building, Kodak Tower, Susan B. and Anthony House.|
|DC Wapuus||WordCamp Washington, DC 2017||3 Wapuus, Capitol Wapuu, Honest Abe Wapuu, then D.C. Flag Wapuu hugging the flog of D.C.|
|Philly Wapuus||WordCamp Philly 2017||Has a camera and is holding pictures of the First Federal Plaza building, Kodak Tower, Susan B., and Anthony House.|
|Cowboy Wapuu||WordCamp DFW Texas 2017||Cowboy Wapuu is a friendly character with a cowboy hat, bandana, and boots, making him look like a cowboy.|
|Aviator Modern Wapuu||WordCamp Seattle 2017||The Aviator Modern Wapuu is a fun character, combining a Wapuu with a pilot’s helmet and airplane wings.|
|Buffalo’s Wapuu||WordCamp Buffalo 2018||The Wapuu of Buffalo is a cute design that holds buffalo wings. Representing the spirit and unique taste of Buffalo, New York.|
|Fayapuu||WordCamp Fayetteville 2018||Fayapuu is a friendly Wapuu with a cute Wapuu with a Fayetteville-themed hat and glasses bringing fun.|
|WordCamp Phoenix Wapuus||WordCamp Phoenix 2018||2 Wapuus, one holding a WordPress logo and another on a plane. Showing the spirit of WordCamp and Phoenix.|
|Philly Wapuus||WordCamp Philly 2018||3 Wapuus, Patriot-puu with a flag, Girlscout-puu munching a cookie, and Zoo-puu, adventurous character.|
|Wapuus for Portland||WordCamp Portland Maine 2018||All 3 Wapuus have horror features like the iconic vampire, clown, and twins.|
|Brownie||WordCamp Rochester 2018, 2019, 2020||Introduced in the year 2018 and has a friendly face. It’s brown in color and resembles a happy dessert.|
|Philly Wapuus||WordCamp Philly 2019||4 Wappus, PAFApuu, Canvaspuu, LOVEpuu, and Grittpuu.|
|Prongaloop||WordCamp Santa Clarita 2019||Holding on to the WordPress logo while seated on a spring sofa symbolizes fun of amusement.|
|Yoduu||WordCamp Sacramento 2019||Inspired by the Star Wars character Yoda, bringing a touch of comic excitement to the WordPress community.|
|JawnPuu||WordCamp Philly 2020||Inspired by the Star Wars character Yoda, it brings a touch of comic excitement to the WordPress community.|
|Speedy||WordCamp Santa Clarita 2020||Wapuu Speedy comes with a racing helmet, representing the spirit of speed and agility.|
|Accessipuu and Bleepuu||WordCamp Santa Clarita 2021||Accessipuu represents accessibility, while Bleepuu is a fun purple color character focused on technology.|
|Lowrider Wapuu||WordCamp Albuquerque 2018||Represents the lively spirit of the city and its love for cars and creativity.|
|Wapuulien||WordCamp Albuquerque 2020||The Wapuu Wapuulien is a cool and creative mascot. It’s a mix of Wapuu and an alien, making it fun and unique.|
Canada – 3 Wapuu Avatars
The White Hat Wapuu is a cute character wearing a white cowboy hat, representing the friendly spirit of Calgary.
The Lobster Wapuu is the official mascot of WordCamp Halifax that holds the WordPress logo. This Wapuu represents the Halifax city, renowned for its grand lobster cuisine.
The Wahoo Wapuu wears a cool yellow Wapuu with a white hat and red kerchief. While hugging the Saddledome, a gathering place for premier events in Calgary.
Mexico – 1 Wapuu
Wapuu Mariachi is a playful character inspired by the traditional Mexican music style, Mariachi. This Wapuu has a festive sombrero and a guitar, a representation of the Mariachi culture.
South America – 2 Wapuus From 2018 to 2019
Brazil – 2 Wapuu Variations
Wapuu Sampa represents a Motoboy, a hardworking person in Brazilian cities who delivers orders all day long.
There are a total of 8 Wapuus for WordCamp Sao Paulo in 2019. While you’ll find some Wapuu as gifts at the WordCamp. Adding fun and excitement to the event.
Africa – 3 Wapuus (2018 – 2019)
Nairobi – 1 Wapuu Design
The Nairobi Wapuu is a cute and friendly character that represents Nairobi with a cool safari hat and a big smile. Showing the warmth and welcoming nature of local people.
Zimbabwe – 1 Wapuu Design
The Wapuu of Harare symbolizes the vibrant spirit and unity of the WordPress community in Zimbabwe. You’ll see the essence of collaboration and technological growth celebrated at the event.
Nigeria Wapuu Design – 1 Wapuu Avatar
Wapuu Ayántẹ̀rọ̀ represents the rich cultural heritage of the Nigerian people. It also represents a fusion of WordPress symbolism with elements of Nigerian tradition.
Australia – 1 Wapuu (2019)
Macquarie Wapuu Design – 1 Wappu Desich
Sandy (WordCamp Port Macquarie 2019)
Wapuu Sandy expresses the region’s coastal spirit and charm, with a vibrant color palette and design. Also symbolizes the unique beauty and energy of Port Macquarie, reflecting the event’s local essence.
Future of Wapuu
As we look toward the future, the journey of WordPress Wapuu continues to unfold. The immense popularity and significance of Wapuu within the WordPress community suggest a bright and exciting path ahead.
So, it’s likely that the future of Wapuu is bright, let’s see why!
- Wapuu is changing a lot and becoming even more fun, making WordPress more exciting for everyone.
- Every year, we get new Wapuu designs that show how creative and different the WordPress family can be.
- Soon, Wapuu might move and make sounds, like in a cool video game, when we use WordPress at events.
- The people who love WordPress are making sure Wapuu will always be a happy and important part of WordPress.
These are the things that make us believe that future Wappu will be more interesting.
Moreover, the future of Wapuu depends on the continued passion and dedication of the community. As long as individuals are inspired by WordPress and share their creativity, Wapuu will thrive.
And, that’s all, folks! We’ve come to the end of our article on WordPress Wapuu, its history along with its stunning avatars.
So, what’re you waiting for? Join us as we step into the future, where new Wapuu avatars await and the magic of WordPress continues to unfold.
And watch as Wapuu’s story unfolds, bringing joy, inspiration, and a touch of whimsy to the ever-growing WordPress family.
If you’ve found any WordCamp Wapuus missing, then do let us know in the comment section below. We’re happy to add them.
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