Are They the Same Guy?
Guy Crossing, the man on the street. Guy Airport, the popsicle-stick figure seen in and around public buildings. They look alike in some ways.
- Head: Circle
- Neck: Gap
- Hands: None
- Feet: None
But there are differences. Guy Crossing has tapered arms. His wrists and ankles are squared-off. Are these anatomical differences, or merely “costume changes”?
Apples to Apples
In some sightings, we find a mixture of rounded and rectangular characteristics. And so the distinction between Mr. Crossing and Mr. Airport becomes ambiguous.
You may have noticed in the previous photo that Guy Leg-Crossing has no neck space. As a visual cue, a neck space allows the head to turn freely. But cranial flotation is not for everyone.
Out with Other Guys
Guy Crossing and Guy Airport are the most common but not the only Everyman icons out there.
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