Twitter is just like Marmite: it’s either love it or hate it. It’s a bit of both for us. It has become some sort of requirement to have a Twitter page, and we find it quite useful: we can tweet about things we like or hate (unfortunately we can’t blog everything), and our followers also provide us with interesting links and information, often things we wouldn’t usually check out, but which in the end we quite enjoy.
But let’s face it, most of tweets turn out to be pretty boring, useless, or not make any sense at all. Those are the ones we tend to completely ignore. But not David Israel and artist Kiersten Essenpreis, funders of Twaggies.
Their concept? Give a visual to such strange Tweets. And with wacky Tweets come wacky illustrations. And most of them made us chuckle, as some of them are even weirder than their written counterpart.
The blog is not updated very often, which is a bit of a shame as we would love to see a new one everyday, but we guess very funny, inspiring Tweets don’t come too often, and refreshing a Twitter page to not miss a Tweet is probably all but thrilling.