The final Tidyman in the Japanese Calbee trilogy is from the Jagabee sub-brand, which are (rather bizzarely) jacket potato flavoured potato sticks!
Following on from yesterday’s post about Calbee crisps, this character was found on a different flavour of the Japanese potato stick snacks. From what I can gather from Calbee’s Japanese website, today’s and yesterday’s Tidymen are from the ‘jagarico’ range, details (in Japanese) here: http://www.calbee.co.jp/jagarico/products/basicline/index.php?1366648708
Walkers have launched a new range of ‘Deep Ridged’ crinkle cut crisps, complete with an appropriate tidyman climbing a ridge.
This chubby bird character comes from a packet of Atori spicy sticks, made by Siam Snacks in Thailand. Unfortunately their website doesn’t seem to work, so I can’t link to them, but you should be able to find them in oriental supermarkets.
Yesterday’s mouse design is a vast improvement on the previous ‘bin it’ effort on Walkers Wotsits.
A great way to complete the less than 99 calories range – the Tidyman becomes a mouse on cheese flavoured Wotsits.
The Tidyman’s head matches the shape of the crisps!
The second Tidyman in the redesigned Walkers 99 calories range – Quavers.
Walkers has brought four of its snack brands together under a new 99 Calories or less banner. The range, which includes Quavers, Wotsits, Squares and French Fries, has been re-launched with new pack designs to coincide with a focus on a “New Year New Me” theme.
Luckily for us, the new pack designs come complete with new Tidymen – featured here is the French Fries design. Quavers, Squares and Wotsits to follow soon!
An old Doritos Tidyman. The film inspired effort relates to the on-pack promotion at the time, which encouraged people to upload their own Doritos adverts to the Doritos website, with the best effort possibly appearing on TV and winning £20,000.
Some sort of rocket propelled Tidyman on this packet of Walkers French Fries crisps.
Red Sky Crisps are advertised as 100% Natural, and the Tidyman wearing a country style hat reflects this. It is interesting to note that the crisps are made by Walkers, although for marketing purposes no Walkers Branding appears on the packaging, advertising or website . However, Tidyman followers will notice that the Red Sky Tidyman has a distinctly Walkers look to it!
A retro Tidyman for a retro snack – Smiths Salt and Vinegar Chipsticks, including the original “Keep Britain Tidy” slogan.
A laid back Tidyman appears on this packet of Salt and Vinegar Walkers Crisps
As a follow up to yesterday’s Tidyman, here is the second of the Monster Munch set – this one is Flamin’ Hot flavour.
New levels of Tidyman inventiveness are reached with this example, taken from a packet of Doritos iD3. The concept of iD3 is interesting, with consumers being invited to guess the mystery flavour of the Doritos, with a chance of winning £20,000. The Tidyman symbol used on the packaging is just as intriguing, with a second man peeking out from behind the Green Dot symbol, which often appears on packaging alongside the Tidyman. The Green Dot symbol’s use in the UK is controversial, but here it is used creatively by the packaging designers to provide a point of interest.
A fairly standard, grey coloured Tidyman on this packet of Walkers Sensations Caramelised Onion & Sweet Balsamic Vinegar flavour crisps
Gender equality arrives in the Tidyman world with the current walkers crisps packaging
Tidyman turns in to a pig on these crispy bacon flavour Wheat Crunchies
A blobby effort on this packet of steak flavoured Nobby’s Crisps, made by Walkers. Are these crisps still available? I haven’t seen them for ages!
Walkers crisps seem to be leading the way in Tidyman innovation, including this effort from Worcester Sauce flavoured French Fries
A monster bins his rubbish on this packet of pickled onion Monster Munch crisps
Funky roller blades and a large packet being thrown away on this Cool Original flavour of Doritos
Grass is added to the pictogram, not sure what the man is doing – possibly running or leaning over on this packet of Quavers?
From a packet of ready salted Hula Hoops crisps, the bin becomes a hula hoop.