Thursday, September 16

Pelusa Project: show the world your photo with Maradona | Digital Trends Spanish

After the death of Diego Maradona, in November of last year, social networks and the media were filled with images of the Argentine star.

Of course, the most popular ones showed Diego lifting the World Cup that he won with Argentina in Mexico in 1986 or wearing the Boca Juniors shirt, the club of his loves. That is, records that we have all ever seen.

For this reason, an interesting initiative seeks to rescue a lesser-known side of the former footballer, posing with the fans who idolized him throughout his career.

This is Project Fluff, with which fans are invited to share the photographs that were once taken with the Ten.

In some of the stories that have already been shared, you can see the love that the fans feel towards the figure of the Argentine and the closeness and humility that he gave in the meetings with the fans.

Pelusa Project was launched by the audiovisual producer and Maradona fan, Damián Cukierkorn in 2010, when Diego was in charge of the Argentine team.

“When I started it, it was thought of as a popular, social and collaborative experiment, in which we could put together a kind of album of Maradona figurines, but based on his bond with people,” says the person in charge of the project on the RT site.

Those who want to share their registration with the Diez, must send the material by completing the form of the website or through direct message on any of their social networks.

The platform publishes a photo per day, just at 10:10 in the morning, as a tribute to the number that the star used on his shirt.

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