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Samsung Teams Up With Illustrators To Turn Tweets Into Artworks Using Its New Handset

Samsung Teams Up With Illustrators To Turn Tweets Into Artworks Using Its New Handset
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Twitter users suggest ideas and they are drawn using design apps on the Galaxy Note.

Emma Hutchings
  • 25 november 2011

Mobile phone company Samsung has been promoting its new Galaxy Note handset with the help of four illustrators. For the ‘Create my Tweet’ campaign, devised by social media agency Jam, Twitter users can suggest ideas for artworks, which are then drawn using the phone’s design apps. This is another creative combination of Twitter and art, following the artist who drew profile pics of his followers earlier this month.

Users can tweet @samsungmobile with their request and the hastag #createmytweet if they want to see their tweets turned into art. Renowned illustrators Steven Wilson, Rose Stallard, Danny Sangra and Natasha Law have been enlisted. They use the Galaxy Note’s design apps and digital pen to create the artworks, which also cleverly promotes the device’s features. Jam’s managing director, Alex Miller, said:

The Create My Tweet campaign showcases the capabilities of this innovative and category-changing handset by combining some of the world’s top creative talent with the collective imagination exhibited every day on Twitter.

 


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