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March 10, 2010

Twitter Bird *Sold*

Twitter Bird. 6"x 8" x 1" original painting by Nitrozac.

Click here to view the auction!

My latest painting is of the Twitter mascot, the Twitter Bird. It's a simple little painting, one that reflects the simple service that is Twitter... 140 characters and that's it. Yet Twitter is proving to be so popular and so powerful, and recently, so everywhere.

Tweets are fleeting: they are here, and then they are gone. I like to think my painting is a physical representation of those fast-forgotten virtual tweets, the one's RT'd by everyone which live a glorious life, and especially the sad little lonely tweets read by no one but their poster. It's a manifestation of all the little voices out there in Internet Land, saying their thing, regardless whether or not anyone is listening.

I think you will love this little painting, and smile every time you look at it. It will no doubt inspire a few tweets itself, such as

"I'm bidding on @Nitrozac's Twitter Bird painting!"


"Holy tweet! I just won @Nitrozac's Twitter Bird painting!"


."@Nitrozac's Twitter Bird painting just arrived, and I love it!"


Details: "Twitter Bird." is Nitrozac's 40th painting of her Painting Blog. It's an original painting, on 6 x 8 inch stretched canvas, with a wooden frame. The painting is about an inch thick, with painted sides, so you can frame it if you wish, or display it as is. The back of the painting contains the title, the date painted, Nitrozac's signature, and a fingerprint for authenticity.

If the painting isn't sold at auction, it will be up for sale in our webstore at a higher than originally listed price, so it does pays to bid on the auction! Best of luck to all bidders, I know you will love this painting as much as I do.

Shipping for each painting is extra... to the US and Canada it is 15 dollars, to other locations, 25 dollars. If the buyer is located in Canada, I will have to charge the appropriate Canadian taxes.

This Painting was sold! Click here to view the auction!

Posted by Snaggy at March 10, 2010 11:31 AM