Home > Auto > News > Here's a colour-scribbling book based on Tesla CEO Elon Musk's bizarre tweets
Elon Musk. (Reuters file photo)
Elon Musk. (Reuters file photo)

Here's a colour-scribbling book based on Tesla CEO Elon Musk's bizarre tweets

  • Tesla CEO Elon Musk's controversial tweets have mostly managed to roll eyes or invite trouble.
  • A Musk fan has created a colour-book - 'The Illuminated Tweets of Elon Musk' that can be ordered for $30 via Kickstarter.

From making promises, teasing products to tweeting controversial posts, Elon Musk uses Twitter a little too much and now for his fans, illustrator Salina Gomez has created a 52-page colouring book titled 'The Illuminated Tweets of Elon Musk'.

The book, at 9 inches by 11 inches, is filled with Gomez's drawings of Musk's tweets from July 2016 through May 2020, translated into images, reports CNET.

One can order a copy of 'The Illuminated Tweets of Elon Musk' for $30 on Gomez's Kickstarter page.

(Also read: Elon Musk weighs in on Tesla’s stock again, this time with ‘Lol’ and a meme)

"Musk's Twitter feed, once I had found it, brought me a lot of joy. I decided to take on the role of a gonzo editorial cartoonist reading the Musk Twitter Headlines, subjectively interpreting them in a whimsical, positive manner, all the while immersing myself in the Twitterverse experience," Gomez, also known as Ill Ink, wrote on her Kickstarter page.

Gomez also sells other Musk artworks, such as posters inspired by the - "Oh, by the way, I'm developing a semi-mechanical dragon" tweet, and a hoodie inspired by the "SpaceX Thruster just made the first ignition of the Raptor Interplanetary Transport Engine".

(Also read: Tesla at $1,000: Too much too soon for some analysts)

It's not only his serious tweets that garner attention. In fact, most of his tweets never go unnoticed.

In a 2018 tweet, he called British cave diver Vernon Unsworth a "paedophile," which led to a defamation lawsuit against Musk.

Last month, there was bloodbath for Tesla stock as billions of dollars were just got wiped off after Musk tweeted that car makers stock was too high.

This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.

Close