This "Star Trek" comic was the 384th illustrated tweet published by Twaggies, a site dedicated to making text tweets into visual treats. Twaggies, which has been in operation since 2009, is closing in on its 1,000th illustration.
Twaggies, illustrated comic versions of tweets, have certain criteria. Mostly, they need to be funny. A stray Twitter observation about the nature of cats made the cut, getting turned into this Twaggie created by freelance artist Charles C. Somerville.
Twitter user @ImNotMegan1 tweeted the simple missive, "The laundry is all clean. NOBODY WEAR ANYTHING." It became the jumping-off point for a Twaggies comic illustration. Twaggies illustrate tweets with a twist.
A well-timed tweet can cheer you up. A well-timed Twaggies illustrating that well-timed tweet can be an even bigger boost. The site takes weird and funny tweets and sets a team of artists loose to illustrate them.
Twitter is an outlet for letting the world know your innermost thoughts. A teasing tweet about Whole Foods' reputation for expensive produce became the basis for a Twaggies illustration. Twaggies has been around since 2009, hosting a series of short comic versions of tweets.
The Twaggies site sets a team of artists and illustrators loose on strange and funny tweets. Over the course of four years, the site had generated nearly 1,000 short comics based on random tweets. This one captures a Twitter user's cry of frustration.
The popular text messaging shortcut "K" gets a new meaning in this Twaggies illustration of a tweet. Twaggies features the work of a team of illustrators and artists who create visual interpretations of offbeat Twitter messages.
A clever pun sets the stage for a Far Side-tribute Twaggie. Artist Donovan Santiago created this Gary Larson tweet comic for Twaggies, a site on a mission to turn funny text tweets into visual feasts through the contributions of a team of artists and illustrators.