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Emoticons made a discreet entrance, arriving in print for the first time in this March 1881 issue of Puck magazine. The small item in the middle of this page gives four examples of ‘typographical art’ – joy, melancholy, indifference, and astonishment.

The Thesis of Fred Benenson, Emoji Dick is a crowd sourced and crowd funded translation of Herman Melville's Moby Dick into Japanese emoticons called emoji.

Emoji IRL: A Q&A with the designer who sees emoticons as works of art

In the battle of Internet mobs vs. the law, the Internet mobs have won

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Emoji IRL: A Q&A with the designer who sees emoticons as works of art

Liza Nelson creates real-life emojis in her EMOJI IRL.LOL series which is really quite genius. Haven't you fantasized abotu what these would look like IRL?

Wingdings,Emoticon

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