Halloween (or Hallowe’en or All Hallows’ Eve, depending on where you are) is celebrated in some capacity (with a few notable exceptions) in almost every major country around the world, and carving pumpkins into spooky Jack-o’-lanterns is a very popular pursuit that dates back centuries.
Indeed, some people take it all very seriously indeed, and one can be both humbled by some of the amazing creations you see on the interwebs, and invigorated by many of the disasters.
Which brings us nicely onto this pair of Twitter Jack-o’-lanterns, courtesy of the @design team. The first is a carved take on Twitter’s famous @ symbol, and the second an almost perfect Twitter bird.
What do you think? Hit the comments to let us know.
(Top Halloween image via Shutterstock.)
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