An Adobe survey found that 67% of emoji users think people who use emoji are friendlier, funnier, and cooler than those who don’t.
And yet, no icon to capture the existential longing of 2021.
The sexual wellness brand LELO surveyed nearly 10,000 people, finding that 76% of participants currently use emoji for sexting.
The Global Emoji Diversity & Inclusion report by Adobe surveyed 7,000 people from seven countries.
The drop failed to include a “flaming dumpster” emoji to convey our current reality.
We transformed existing emojis into classic Art 101 icons, from the Mona Lisa to Magritte’s “Son of Man.”
In honor of World Emoji Day, we’ve dreamed up a shortlist of emoji that the art world is missing, from tote bags to a Duchampian urinal.
This week, for a special World Emoji Day edition, we’ve invited artists who work with emojis to reflect on quarantining from their studios.
The international gesture has almost always signified some variation of solidarity and power to the people.
A new report by Adobe for World Emoji Day reveals surprising new findings on the increasing role that emojis play in our culture, economy, and daily communication. Also, Apple introduces a slew of new emojis for 2019.
The directors of the documentary Picture Character talk about getting inside the emoji-making process.
Apple unveiled a preview of the new emojis we never knew we needed for World Emoji Day.