Ever looked at the ‘nearby tweets’ app on your phone and wondered about the people behind the words? Photographer Michael Hughes thought about it so much it inspired him to create ‘Tweeter Street’ – a website of hilarious portraits of the tweeters captured in the moment.
It’s unnervingly addictive to see the world put in context behind these random twitterings and makes you wish you could be a fly on the wall more often. The project will be exhibited as well as published in a book once 140 people have been photographed. Until then,unleash your inner stalker and check out the website.
For info, see tweeterstreet.com.