This Twitter-Powered Road-Painting Printer Wants to Hear From You!

By Molly Oswaks on at

An advocacy group known as One has designed a sorta genius giant towable inkjet printer that prints messages of peaceful protest, in non-toxic water-soluble paint, on city streets.

In anticipation of the upcoming G8 Summit, the One Street Tweeter, as it is known, has already begun printing messages around Maryland and Washington D.C.

And, if you having something to say about ending poverty and hunger—the Street Tweeter's pet political causes—your words can be added to the (printed) dialog: Messages of 40 characters or fewer can be sent to the printer through either One's web page or Twitter account. [GizMag]