— Donnachaidha Ó Chionnaigh (@TwoClawsMedia) March 17, 2019
The city of Chicago dyes the Chicago River green on St. Patrick’s Day. It’s been an annual tradition since the 1960s. While most people who see it think of Ireland and the holiday, Donnacha Kenny saw the river and thought green screen. The bright green color is the most common color to overlay using chroma key, so the water appeared as a palette where anything could be projected. And so he did. -via Mashable
Of course, this is not the first time it’s happened. Remember that time Queen Elizabeth II wore a bright green suit? And just a few days ago, a couple of women on CNN happened to wear green jackets. This one has sound.
do not wear green on TV and if you’re going to wear green on TV do not wear it next to SOMEONE ELSE WEARING THE SAME GREEN THING ON TV OR THIS WILL HAPPEN TO YOU pic.twitter.com/y9vsX7qgWB
— Matt RATIO HOWARD SCHULTZ ON EVERY TWEET Negrin (@MattNegrin) March 13, 2019