Every social media platform has it's perks, agreed? We'll adapt to them then find ways to optimize traffic, separating ourselves from each other. I can recall coding MySpace pages for bands all over the globe. Once the next big thing grew to Facebook and Twitter, we disengaged from one interface and mastered the next. One of the ways I did so, a customized Twitter background. This image was suppose to speak as a quick branding reference of the account holder.
I own a ton of sneakers! Some brands more than others, truthfully. Every morning I face a wall of options. The colorful collection speaks in volumes so it was no surprise I'd emulate the stacked boxes.
Twitter no longer supports the usage of backgrounds. However, I'm always pleased to share something as personal as my sneaker collection with my followers. And even more so, my art.