Crayon Press Sec. takes tweets from @theRealDonaldTrump Twitter account and displays them in a way which makes a little more sense — using crayons scrawled across lined paper. When the bot detects a new tweet, it first runs the text through the Microsoft Cognitive Services Sentiment Analysis API to determine if its considered negative or positive. Negative tweets are drawn out using the Rayando font by RASDESIGN and colored in an orange to red hue.
The President says he’s mad and wants you to read this: pic.twitter.com/PL4X1G93a2
— Crayon Press Sec (@CrayonPressSec) May 20, 2018
Tweets which are considered mostly positive use the Miki’s Xmas List font by Bosil Unique Fonts and are colored with a blue, green, black hue. This font has the added side-effect of inserting the occasional random xmas ornament.
The President wants to show you this: pic.twitter.com/6PipA1MdTa
— Crayon Press Sec (@CrayonPressSec) May 18, 2018
Launched: Sept, 2017