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What did Johnnie Walker’s “Striding Man” look like in the past?

The Scottish whiskey celebrates a pivotal icon with a new collectible series.

Few liquor brands have logos as iconic as Johnnie Walker’s “Striding Man”. So the distillery has finally decided to tip its hat to it by releasing the Blue Label Striding Man Edition, a four-bottle, non-limited collection highlighting the logo’s evolution from 1908 to 2015. It will be available at all Johnnie Walker Houses in the world (Singapore included), with an estimated price tag of US$280 (S$400).

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  • 1908

    It was a young illustrator by the name of Tom Browne that first imagined the signature top hat, double-breasted coat, black boots and knobbed cane of the Striding Man. Despite what’s pictured in this series, he was originally striding to the left.

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