Twit-ha Mocks Twitter Craziness With Pop Culture Parodies

By: Rachel Bowman - Published:   Updated: Jun 8 2011 • References: twit-ha.tumbler & technabob
Twitter is taking over the world one 140-character message at a time. Twit-ha seems to recognize this, and wants to mock it.

Twit-ha has compiled a collection of Twitter-inspired drawings from different artists. The series features a few different images of the 'Fail Whale' (the image that appears on Twitter when the site isn't working correctly), Pacman and the Incredible Hulk. What more do you need?

Implications - Social media tools such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn are becoming more culturally significant as user-ship continues to rapidly grow. Products that draw upon the cultural significance of social media and create products that relate to these tools that everyone of this generation understands will attract the attention of modern consumers looking to think consciously about the way in which social media gets used.

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