Red Bull U.K. Breaks through Twitter Code to Create a Stunt Plane

Paris Based Agency Darewin Produced the Tweet-Defying Plane

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Paris based entertainment agency Darewin took to twitter to promote a different kind of Ascot race. Red Bull will be hosting its Air Race Championship at the famous locale on August 16 and 17-- piloting pros and daredevils will travel from all over the globe to show off their neat air tricks.

In order to get the little stunt plane's plumes to cross over from one tweet into one from Red Bull U.K., the twitter design code had to be cracked. The result is this fun little trick, that mirrors what some of the upcoming air show will look like. Seems twitterbots aren't as big sticklers for individual tweets as they are that 140 character limit.

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Aug 06, 2014
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Darewin
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