Yep, another amazing story about the power of Twitter, and this one’s for a very good cause.
Lightbulb are proud to be involved with project 3hundredand65 – a graphic story which will span the whole of 2012. The basic idea is to create a story on Twitter by having a different contributor every day. Lightbulb are scheduled to add to the story via Twitter on October 31st 2012 (We realise that’s quite far away, but so many dates were already booked up!) Trying desperately to keep up with the fast moving story is David Kirkwood, who’s providing illustrations to the story.
And the whole aim behind this project is to raise funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity devoted t0 improving the lives of teenagers and young adults living with cancer. When complete, the project will fill at least six notebooks, and the work is to be auctioned off to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust, with bidding now starting at £120. If you don’t want to bid for the story books you can make a donation at any time throughout the year to support this wonderful project and life-changing charity.
So there you have it; no databases, no hassle, no spam, just a story made from 366 tweets and 366 drawings.
And all for a very – very – good cause.
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