Sketch Vs. Final: Artists Show The Huge Difference Between Their Sketches And Finished Artwork


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A recent trend on Twitter got artists all hyped up to share their artwork. The challenge ‘Sketch vs. Final’ asks the artists to share what their artwork looks like when it’s first sketched out and when it’s all finished and rendered. Continue reading »

Hilariously Bad Celebrity Portraits by Twitter Picasso

Australian “artist” Twitter Picasso creates ballpoint celebrity portraits and they are terrible. The illustrations are so bad, they are actually good. Continue reading »

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. Continue reading »

The Best Company Replies To Twitter’s “Describe 2020 In One Word” Challenge

It’s been one hella year. I mean, it still is. Even though we are close to leaving the cursed number 2020 behind, from what we’ve seen so far, the chances that it won’t go according to plan are, let’s put it this way, quite high. Continue reading »

Museums Are Hilariously Battling Over Who Has The Best Butt Exhibit


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Museums get up to some very interesting and weird things on social media. Especially during Coronavirus lockdown. So the Yorkshire Museum launched a worldwide battle between curators to see which museum has the very best butt in its collection… Continue reading »

Twitter Users Share Statues That Are Better Than The Ones Protesters Are Tearing Down

The recent protester-initiated takedown of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol (due to his affiliation with slave trade) has sparked much debate, forcing societies to rethink who they choose to honor through this medium. Continue reading »

This Artist Redraws Photos Of People In Their Twitter Profile, And The Results Are Funny!

This young artist is humorously redrawing photos from the profiles of Twitter users. Whether you like it or not, it’s very funny. Continue reading »

Twitter Thread Roasts Bathtub Tray Ads For Women

A bathroom tray advertisement prompted a slew of tweets from a woman who used dripping sarcasm set the record straight about what a woman’s bathtub time really looks like. Continue reading »

Twitter Users Recreate Famous Paintings With Sandwiches


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Recently German Twitter users started to make sandwiches that look like paintings of famous artists. The action was initiated by blogger Marie Sophie Hingst who introduced hashtag #KunstGeschichteAlsBrotbelag. Other Twitter users happily took up the idea. Scroll down to see the best examples. Continue reading »

Twitter User Had Fun Photoshopping Images Of Donald Trump Wearing Really Long Ties

So apparently someone is increasing Trump’s Ties. The recently created Twitter profile @TrumpsTies is taking over Twitter with manipulated images of Trump and his extravagant ties. Continue reading »

This Artist Has Made Temporary Face And Body Tattoos Of Twitter And Instagram Profiles

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“Face Post” is the artist John Yuyi’s three-part series and a nod to social media via her aforementioned, now-signature transfer stickers. The stickers are reminiscent of the superhero tattoos you’d get in those packets of “cigarette” sweets, applied with a modest dunk of water but maintained the staying power of super-glue ­– it’s this use of familiar objects in a witty way that gives her work its relatability. Continue reading »

Famous Female Pornstars and Twitter

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I’m really don’t know why do you need this, but maybe you will need this. Continue reading »

Seahawks Uniforms: Twitter Responds To Teams Uniform Makeover

The Seahawks haven’t made any significant changes to their uniforms since 2002, but that all changed yesterday when the team unveiled their new uniforms. While fan reactions on Twitter from been iffy over the new changes, Walter Thurmond, third-year cornerback from the University of Oregon has not only checked out the new Seahawks uniform, but gave it a feel.

According to the Seahawks website, Thurmond wore the new uniforms for a sneak preview and gave it “two raised gloves, and two extended palms, up.” Being dubbed by Thurmond as “new age,” the cornerback explains that “it’s transitioning from where we are as an organization and where the league is going.”

Awesome and Free Birdy Twitter Icons

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“After a huge success that we had with Ugly Birds for Twitter we have decided to continue development of icons that our users could use for Twitter. This time we’ve decided to cover all possible styles and implement them on the same bird’s shape. This is what we’ve come up with so far, but it is work in progress and we would like to extend this list, so if you have ideas for other interesting styles that we haven’t covered yet, do send us a tweet @designcontests and we may include it into the next release.” Continue reading »

President Obama Held His First Ever Twitter Town Hall

President Barack Obama sends a tweet as Twitter co-founder and Executive Chairman Jack Dorsey. In the Twitter town hall, the messages were displayed on a large television screen on the stage, and in the Facebook one, the questions were just read out loud. The Twitter town hall was held at the White House in the East Room and President Obama responded to 22 tweets and posted one himself. Most tweet comments and questions came from average Twitter users. (AP image/Twitter town hall) Continue reading »