Emoji invade Saigon Emoji’s graphics

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9 May 2019

The Vietnamese designer known as Saigon Emoji freed the emoji from the screen of the phone and got them into the middle of the street.

Brilliant, nice, colorful and full of emoji. These are the graphics of Saigon Emoji, the stage name of Maxk Nguyễn, a Vietnamese designer, who on his Instagram profile combines his hometown with the yellow faces we use every day on social networks. 

Nowadays, emojis can be considered universal characters of a language comprehensible to everyone, so Maxk has decided to make them leave the screen of the phone and place them almost everywhere, in the streets of his city and among people. In the end, an emoji is always perfect. 

But the graphics of Saigon Emoji are not only beautiful, because having as subject the emoji are not exempt from making a criticism of the world of social networks and, in general, of today’s society. 

Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al
Saigon Emoji | Collater.al

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