London Agency Analogfolk Turns its Front Door into a Mural of Election Tweets

Mentions Are Displayed on 10 Foot Replica of 10 Downing Street Door

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With the British General Election under way, news organizations are barred from reporting any political news. However, digital agency Analogfolk has found a way of recording tweets about the election -- as data visualization on a 10-foot high replica of the iconic 10 Downing Street door in its agency's reception window.

Data will be displayed on the door as colored triangles, with each one representing a tweet and using the distinctive color of the political party mentioned. The agency will also monitor Twitter for use of the keywords people will naturally use in relation to each of the nine parties, including their names and their leaders. The project is called "10 Downing Tweet."

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May 07, 2015
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