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Craig Podd

This is a good find - I've got a blog at http://tidymanlogo.wordpress.com which documents the Tidyman in his various guises. Which brand of Chewing gum is this from - I'd love to include it in my collection!

Mandeep Khunkhuna

I checked out Craig's blog, I did not know that the 'tidyman' icon was re-invented so much. These kind of icons are great to display a message to a mass audience without overloading them with too much information. With the chewing gum wrapper above, tidyman is yet again been put into different situations. This a a very good example of how icons can be used effectively. Thanks for sharing this.

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