What kind of materials are used for those voluminous costumes?

Our mascots consist of mats of high quality foam-material which are put together to built a hollow form. The coverings are made of different fabrics like for example polar-fleece, velvet-stretch, tarpaulin, plush and fake-fur.

Linings consist of comfortable cotton-stretch or polar-fleece.

Isn’t it too hot in those costumes?

Yes, sweating nearly can not be prevented to keep the perfect illusion of a mascot-character.

Imagine wearing a skiing-suit and a motorbike-helmet in the summer... It is depending on the outside-temperature, the freedom of movement of the costume referred to and the condition of the person inside.

It is necessary to make regular brakes to prevent exhaustion and dehydration.

We can also place a ventilation in the head of the costume if requested. But it has been proved as not very useful, the batteries get soon empty, it scares people to have a turning ventilation over there head.

Most of our costumes are ventilated enough by the big manhole underneath.

What do you need to make an offer?

A sketch of the front side is normally enough for an offer. The more sketches you have, the more precise we work. If you only have an idea, we can make you an about-offer. If you have a limited budget, we will also find a solution for you.

How long does the production take?

8 weeks are perfect and we can promise to be in time with almost any project.

We can also manufacture faster if needed, it depends on our extend of workload at that point of time.

How many days do you need to make an offer?

We can tell you an approximate price already on the phone. A precise offer is available in about 1-2 days.

How much are your costumes?

From very easy (1.000, - € or even less) to very complex (up to 6.500, - €) everything is possible. An average mascot-costume costs about 4.500 - 5.500, - € net.


Where is Stefanie Ludwig’s costume workshop placed?

Hagen at the Teutoburg Forrest is placed about 8 kilometres south of Osnabrück in the federal state Lower Saxony and about 100 kilometres northwest of Dortmund close to the motorway interchange Lotte/Osnabrück (A1/A30). The international airport FMO is only 20 minutes away by car.