Products that showcase your love for the pictogram that lets you say everything, without words
Emojis have become an everyday affair – more so as they leap out of our phones and on to clothes, shoes, and art galleries. In 2015, emoji historian Jeremy Burge created World Emoji Day, which is observed as an unofficial holiday on July 17. Today, as thousands gather to celebrate all things emoji at the third annual Emojicon in New York, with spelling bees, karaoke, food and games, we round up some interesting ways in which the pictogram has inspired designs the world over.
Compiled by Krithika Sukumar.