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Sarah Sumeray Illustrates Twitter Typos and Linguistic Errors

 - Sep 11, 2014
References: twitter & buzzfeed
One of the most irritating things about the internet is the glaring lack of concern for the rules of grammar and the sheer about of spelling mistakes and Twitter typos. Rather than becoming a grammar policing troll, this artist decided to take a negative and turn it into a positive by illustrating particularly funny errors and tweeting them herself. Sarah Sumeray is the artistic genius behind the Twitter account Illustrated Typos.

Some of the images Sumeray creates represent obvious typing missteps. For example, 'Tolstoyry' became a black and white version of Woody from Pixar's Toy Story but with the head of Russian author Tolstoy. Other Twitter typos reflect more worrisome spelling problems such as the 'ifold' tower.