This excellently-styled lettering shows what the Twitter logo could look like if if were painted onto signage in the late 1920’s. The typeface is named Storefront, and was created by Argentinian designer Ale Paul. I think it’s great, and I reckon even today it would look good the main Twitter page. What do you think?
…this week we feature some beautiful promotion material for a new typeface, created by Ale Paul a designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. The typeface, Storefront, is what the prolific and talented American sign painters of the 1920s and 1930s would have created if they had access to the advanced lettering and type technologies we have today [read more].
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These amazing Twitter Maps below show a few cities in the USA. They were produced by self-professed “Geek of maps”, Eric Fischer. The orange dots are locations of Flickr pictures that have been uploaded. The blue dots are the locations of tweets on… [SEE MORE].
If you’re at at your computer right now and bored with the “real” Twitter, then take a look at a paper version. Yes, the Twitter Bird-House is a simple construction that can be simply made with paper and your home printer [READ MORE HERE].
Get your Twitter Social Cereal Poster from Etsy seller.. [READ MORE].
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5. Twitter Cake
Check out these Twitter and “Fail Whale” Cakes. They were expertly made by Mariana Pugliese, who also makes cakes with themes such as Facebook, Angry Birds and even Spongebob Squarepants! The only problem is, they look too good to eat [SEE MORE].
6. Twitter Lego
Here are 5 great Twitter Lego photos to inspire you. After yesterdays Facebook inspiration post, I’m still on the social media bandwagon! These images combine 2 great pastimes many people love─Lego AND Twitter [SEE MORE].
This unique Tweeting Seat is a concept by Chris McNicholl, a product designer from the University of Dundee, Scotland UK [SEE MORE].
Check out these web and social media sneakers I recently discovered (well, “trainers” as known here in England). They’re just concepts, but wouldn’t it be great if these were actually produced? [READ MORE].
10. Twitter Posters
Here are a set of twitter posters for you. Yes, they’re unsurprisingly dominated by the colour blue—and very imaginative [SEE MORE].