This tutorial explains how to create a poster using your Twitter profile picture and tweets.
I found a very interesting website, named Birdly.co, to accomplish this task. This website uses your Twitter profile photo for poster and tweets of your timeline to build the structure of that poster. It works in the same manner as photo mosaic makers. The only difference is that a photo mosaic maker creates a large image using the small images and this website create a large poster using the tweets and Twitter photo.
Other interesting feature of this website is that you can also use the Twitter handle of any other user to generate the poster image. Unfortunately, you need to order the print of your poster which is a paid feature. However, you can use the context menu option to save the poster as PNG image. After this, you can use that poster image to share with friends to show your creativity.
The screenshot above shows a beautiful poster created by me using my Twitter profile photo and tweets with the help of this great website.
You can also check out some other free poster maker websites.
Create a Poster from Your Twitter Profile Picture and Tweets using this Free Website:
Steps to use this website are as follows:
Step 1: It’s a basic step in which you need to open the homepage of this website.
Step 2: Use the Login & Create button. It will prompt you to first sign in to your Twitter account and authorize this website.
Step 3: To generate the poster image, it gives you two options: From my tweets and From another user’s tweets. Choose the suitable option and then the process of generating the poster will start.
After a few seconds, your poster image will be in front of you. You can see the image in full size and right-click on image to access Save.. option and download the image to your PC.
Birdly.co is really an amazing website and I am highly impressed this website. Poster created by this website looks really beautiful and you can zoom in the image to see all the tweets using which the poster is created. I really wish it would have provided the option to use some local image or any other image available on the Twitter account, but you have to use Twitter profile photo only. Go ahead and generate your own poster image using this website.