Twitter art

Social media shows its artistic side in #Twittbrief, an exhibition showcasing the work of a new Twitter school of artists.

#TwittBrief: Fishfinger
Fishfinger, Artist: Chris Lloyd @yllw_83

To be held in the basement bar of Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes in Shoreditch on Thursday 18 October, the event showcases 25 pieces of art from 18 Twitter-sourced artists. Ranging from illustrations, to photography, to 3D prints, the works are part of the #Twittbrief project, masterminded by London-based motion artist, Adam Rowe (@adamrowetv).

Gluttony, Artist: Olive Johnson @hello_oliv

The project began in June 2012, when Rowe asked his Twitter followers to send in a word that could be turned into a piece of design; the response saw more than 30 artists create visuals from words tweeted to Adam each week.

#TwittBrief: Marmalised
Marmalised, Artist: Nidia Dias @unknown_girl_n

Words that inspired the artists included ‘Marmalised’, ‘Illustrious’ and ‘Cutlery’, with intriguing visual results.

#TwittBrief: Illustrious
Illustrious, Artist: Jon Yeo @jon_yeo

Rowe says, ‘Many of my followers are fellow designers who really liked the idea of creating an image via Twitter, and I¹ve had lots of different types of artists approach me to get involved. The quality of work has been fantastic and I¹m really excited to be showcasing it all in one place – hopefully it¹ll be the first event of many.’

#TwittBrief: Contaminate
Escher, Artist: Adam Rowe @adamrowetv

#Twittbrief,7-11pm, 18 October, DREAMBAGSJAGUARSHOES, 32-36 Kingsland Road, London, E28DA 


#TwittBrief: Contaminate
ContaminateArtist: Adam Rowe @adamrowetv

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