The Berghs School of Communication's Don't Tell Ashton initiative has entered phase two. The project, launched by the school's Interactive Communication Class, invited Tweeters to become part of a massive online art piece that incorporated their Twitter icons. The more followers a participant had, the more real estate his or her face got on the piece. The project was so-dubbed because Kutcher was the only Twitter user with enough followers to take over the whole canvas.
That is, until Britney came along and took the top spot-so, for the next three days, Berghs is urging Twitter users to follow Ashton and restore him to the throne. Check out the original site and follow Berghs' L.A. quest to find Kutcher and present him with the giant work of Twitter art.