Some things are simply better said in emoji …
Why Do Emoji Fascinate Us?
Last night’s opening of the Emoji Art and Design Show was a light-hearted celebration of those pictograms that have crept into our conversations and lives in every which way. The exhibition felt more design than art, and the pop-up marketplace featured a number of — you guessed it — emoji-related products.
Guaranteed to Make You Smile: Emoji Art History 2.0
Thanks to Annie Werner at Tumblr, who has pointed out that Emoji Art History has gone to the next level.
The Most and Least Popular Emoji on Twitter
Ever wonder which emoji are most popular with users? Now Emojitracker is tracking Twitter users to find out which symbols are being used the most right now.
This Artist Is Toasted
CHICAGO — When isn’t art good for breakfast? Oslo-based artist Ida Skivenes makes all types of food art out using a piece of toast on a kitchen plate as her canvas.
Emoji Art History [UPDATED]
Ah, the simplicity of it all. A simple tumblelog post has evolved into a Twitter meme simply named #emojiarthistory.
There’s an Emoji for That
CHICAGO — Instead of saying to yourself, “There’s an app for that,” repeat after me: “There’s an emoji for that.” In our technology-inundated world of constantly being glued to the glowing screens of our iPhones and Androids, more apps are not the answer to our first-world problems. What we need is more communication. What we need, in other words, is more emoji.