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Today’s Tidyman comes from the A HEADLINE A DAY blog. As the website explains: A HEADLINE A DAY is a blog dedicated to turning the days most interesting/sensational headline into a pictogram. Some pictograms involve a simple re-rendering of the image used in the newspaper, while others rely on a deeper understanding of the story in a bid to find the distinguishing elements which convey the meaning of the content in its most concise form.
The image above, with the Tidyman as the star of the show depicts: OLIVER’S BARMY: So, what on earth is a Tory minister doing dumping secret document in a park bin? — Front Cover, Daily Mirror. 14.10.11.
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Special thanks to Gabriela Campos who kindly sent in these Tidyman examples from Chile.
A multitasking Tidyman, found on a padded envelope.
Today’s Tidyman comes from a packet of Spanish Donuts – Gracias!
An angel is incorporated in to the Snack a Jacks Jumbo Cheese flavour
The standard, instantly recognisable Tidyman, as used in the Keep Britain Tidy campaign.