In London, Twitter is getting into the Halloween spirit of things decorating the city with gloriously Halloweeny glow in the dark spooky tweets. Funny teets, sarcastic tweets and silly tweets - all related to Halloween, of course.
Viv Bowdler, Senior Creative Strategist at Twitter UK said:
‘Halloween has become a huge online event, and this year it’ll be bigger than ever on Twitter.’
‘We wanted to take some of the funniest and relatable – yet scary – tweets and dress them up in true Halloween style, to revel in those hilarious thoughts and feelings that give us all goosebumps.’
Now the ads are a destination in themselves, as they glow after dark.
You will be able to see the installations in places like Shoreditch, Old Street, and Peckham. You can also find some at Southwark and London Bridge. Head to Clink Street to spot some.
The varied and fun art was created with the help of creative agency Flying Object, who also worked with independent creatives to make each site.