Twitter Billboards Show How We Coped With the Horrors of 2020 by Tweeting About It – Design You Trust

Twitter Billboards Show How We Coped With the Horrors of 2020 by Tweeting About It

There were 6 million tweets this year about 2020 and how much of a dumpster fire it’s been. With so much material to work with, Twitter is posting some of the funniest and most uplifting 2020 tweets around New York City on billboards, murals and more this week.

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The tweets are part of Twitter’s “out-of-home” campaign to spotlight the tweets that connected us all and made us laugh during a difficult year, launching across the country in New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Oakland.











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