Barracloughs Sparkling Dandelion and Burdock is a traditional brand, which is reflected in this Victorian Style Tidyman, complete with Penny-farthing bike.
Tango have used temperature sensitive ink on a range of limited edition cans. The ink is being used to reveal a tongue-in-cheek strap line when the cans are chilled to the correct temperature. The chilly Tidyman shown here is from the orange flavour, with the strapline “Tango froze my pips off”. More details here: http://bit.ly/db6mY9
This spooky Tidyman appears on the Halloween-inspired ‘Party Potions’ promotional packaging on Dr Pepper bottles. The ‘Party Potions’ packs feature party guides that include Halloween themed recipes, decorations and games. The other drinks involved in the promotional campaign – Sprite and Fanta carry their usual Tidyman, but with a cauldron replacing the bin.
An update to the previous Fanta post, it appears there are slight variations of the Tidyman depending on which size Fanta product you buy. The previous entry was from a 500ml bottle, but on the 2 litre bottle shown here the ‘Todd’ Character is joined by a dog. On other size containers the dog features, but in different places, for example on the 150ml mini cans the dog can be seen peering from behind the nutritional information.
Some research on the Fanta website tells me this character is called Todd, and he is part of the ‘Fanta Gang’. This Tidyman is taken from a bottle of orange flavour Fanta. I wonder if any of his friends appear on other flavours of Fanta? According to wikipedia there are over 90 flavours available worldwide!
A typographic entry today, as the letter T from the Tennent’s logo gets the Tidyman treatment.
Coca-Cola used this overhead kicking Tidyman during a football World Cup tournament.
A chilled out Tidyman on this can of Lilt
A wine bottle gets the Tidyman treatment, taken from a bottle of JP Chenet wine
Interesting character from a bottle of Sprite