Man Manual Sources: Man (2019)

References and images used in the Man Manual publication, 2019
Sources

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A list of sources for the Man manual (2019) follows:

What's the point (page 4):

How to be good to your head (page 8): 

You are what you eat (and drink) (page 11):

How to get active (page 18): 

The Tool-kit (page 21):

Small changes - big differences (page 27):

​These references were correct at February 2019.

Photo Credits

A list of photographic credits for the Man manual (2019) follows:

Cover (some of the following do not appear on all covers of all versions of the manual; not all appear on the 2019 edition):  London Marathon 25.04.2010 (276) by Julian Mason (Creative Commons Licence: CC BY 2.0), China Xinjienzhen - portrait of Hani man by Anja Disseldorp (CC BY 2.0), The blind accordion musician by Pedro Ribeiro Simões (CC BY 2.0), Bald, Headphone by Sascha Kohlmann (CC BY-SA 2.0), Naked human male body front anterior by Mikael Häggström (public domain), Intent track athletes by tableatny (CC BY 2.0), Blinded By The Light by Isengardt (CC BY 2.0), Fuzzy and Warm by David Goehring (CC BY 2.0), Curry dishes by Karsten Seiferlin (CC BY-SA 2.0), Ari Merretazon by Knight Foundation (CC BY-SA 2.0), Asleep On The Beach by edenpictures (Eden, Janine and Jim) (CC BY 2.0), Smoking by Craig Cloutier (CC BY-SA 2.0), Toshiba laptop by Garry Knight (CC BY 2.0), DSC08848 by Travis Rigel Lukas Hornung (CC BY 2.0), Disappointed Man Covering Face With Hand © istock.com/drbimages, Boys Will Be Boys by Gideon (CC BY 2.0), Martin by Ewen Roberts (CC BY 2.0), Da Vinci - Luc Viatour / www.Lucnix.beBukhara, Lyabi-Hauz Square, old man with medals and large moustache by Arian Zwegers (CC BY 2.0) and Sikh smile by Paul Hamilton (CC BY-SA 2.0).

Page 3:  Naked human male body front anterior by Mikael Häggström (public domain)

Page 4: Dave McCairley

Page 6: CRW_0033_RJ by Michael Warren (CC BY 2.0)

Page 8: Car Photos by Jim Larrison (CC BY 2.0)

Page 10: Bruce Willis by Gage Skidmore (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Page 11: Curry dishes by Karsten Seiferlin (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Page 16: Beer Gut by bareknuckleyellow (CC BY 2.0)

Page 18: London Marathon 25.04.2010 (276) by Julian Mason (CC BY 2.0)

Page 20: Tape Measure by Pink Sherbet Photography (CC BY 2.0

Page 21: Tackle Box by Michael Coté (CC BY 2.0

Page 27: First Man On The Beach by Tony Alter (CC BY 2.0)

Page 32: Relaxing in the park by chinesechef (CC BY 2.0)

The credits were correct as at February 2015.

 

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