Berghs School of Communication: Don't Tell Ashton

Tweet your way into a piece of art.

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The Interactive Communication class at Sweden's Berghs School of Communication created Don't Tell Ashton, an interactive art piece created via Twitter. Participants tweet the message "I'm on the world's first artwork made by Twitter users. To JOIN go to / Just @donttellashton" to get their Twitter profile pic included in the piece. The more followers, the bigger their image. The artwork was so named because famous Tweeter Ashton Kutcher is apparently the only person with enough followers to cover the entire frame. When the frame is full, the final artwork will be made into an actual physical piece by Swedish artist Jon Holm.

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May 11, 2010
Berghs School of Communication
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