Indie Mag Had Real Birds Tweet On Twitter

Indie Mag Had Real Birds Tweet On Twitter
technology

Creative director Voldemars Dudums covered a keyboard with unsalted fat so the hungry birds triggered the keys to create their own tweets.

Emma Hutchings
  • 30 november 2012

When the independent weekly Latvian magazine IR wanted to reinforce its online presence and highlight the importance of its main principle, “everyone has the right to be heard,” it decided to give Twitter back to the original tweeters: the birds. With help from creative director Voldemars Dudums a computer keyboard was set up in Sarnate, a small village in Latvia,  and covered in a layer of unsalted fat.

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