Category Archives: Advertising

Dust Box

dust box

dust box

This ‘Dust Box’ Tidyman was found on the man made beach in the Odaiba district of Tokyo.

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Vending Machine, Tokyo

vending machine tidyman

vending machine tidyman

Another Tidyman from Japan, this one was found on the front of one of the many vending machines found on the streets of Tokyo.

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Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi

The Tidyman turns into a footballer on this clever Keep Britain Tidy anti-litter poster campaign, supporting England in their 2014 World Cup qualifiers.

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Prince’s Trust

Prince's Trust

Prince’s Trust

The Prince’s Trust were using this Tidyman variation on a pull-up stand at a recent careers event at City of Wolverhampton College.

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Transport for London Advert

London Underground Advert

London Underground Advert

The Tidyman is the star of this Transport for London poster campaign currently running on the London Underground.

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New ‘Official’ Tidyman

New Tidyman

New Tidyman

Keep Britain Tidy will introduce a new Tidyman design as part of a ‘Love Where You Live’ campaign. It appears businesses are going to be charged to use the logo for the first time when it is rolled out in the spring.

Its reception has been mixed – for more information and reaction visit: Marketing WeekDaily MailBritish Retail Consortium, Logo design works, and a nice comparison of the new and original versions at Sponsored Linx

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Waste by Tristram Stuart

Waste by Stuart Tristram

Waste by Tristram Stuart

A slightly different post today, as the Tidyman appears on a book cover. The book is ‘Waste’ by Tristram Stuart, published by Penguin. The Tidyman branding continues on Stuart’s Website: www.tristramstuart.co.uk

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Heal’s

Heal's Press Advert

Heal's Press Advert

A slightly different post today, as rather than appearing on the usual packaging, here the Tidyman is the star of an advertising campaign. It is for the contemporary furniture store Heal’s. The example above is from a newspaper advert. The Creative Director of the campaign was Andrew Fraser, and full details of the campaign can be found on his website, including press and posters, online and in-store applications.

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