The search for the truth of Geedis is far from over. Avery-Dennison has not immediately responded to either Fernald’s or Atlas Obscura’s requests for comment, but Fernald hopes he can get their attention on Twitter, with the ultimate goal of locating the artist or artists behind the stickers. Failing that, he jokes that maybe he can just start producing bootleg Geedis merchandise until someone sues him. At least then he’d have some answers to the question that started it all. Or maybe there’s an ending that’s even more like something out of an ’80s movie.
“My dream is that when all of this is said and done, this leads me to The Land of Ta.”
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