Monday, February 9, 2015

"Forget your paints and pencils! Emojis are the best new art medium"

Image and text borrowed from Japan Today, 2/9/15.

...thanks to a new site, anyone can freely combine emoji for a hundred times more expressiveness. That’s exactly what Kazuki Takakura, art director for a Tokyo theatre company, did – and the results are nothing short of spectacular!

...the website presents users with every emoji available... After selecting an emoji, the user is presented with a blank canvas, upon which your chosen emoji can be placed. Clicking and dragging will paste a string of the images, like a paint brush. You can quickly select other emoji by pressing any key on the keyboard or change their size.



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