January 16, 2015
We recently published a story about Emojis how 2014 was the year that emojis took over. From the most popular “word” (the heart emoji) to marketing campaigns, emojis are quickly becoming an important tool used to communicate. Today, Internet anti-socialite, and all around digital blender Yung Jake gave us a glimpse of “emoji art.”
Before we start passing judgement, we should remember that this is a form of art expression. If we think about how Pop Art first emerged in the 1950s as challenge to traditions of fine art by including imagery from popular culture. So let’s take a moment to appreciate emoji art as a form of Neo -Pop Art.
Now, can we get him to make portraits of tech celebs like Elon Musk?
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