Emoji is now part of our way of communicating.
They are fast, are able to express our feelings and also avoid many useless words.
There are thousands of projects that revolve around this world, one among many is that of Matthieu Lavanchy who has photographed the real representation of emoji.
Today’s project combines classical sculpture with digital culture through the use of CGI.
With Sculptmojis, the American designer Ben Fearnley has enjoyed creating this unlikely encounter by playing also on the vices that afflict the native digital society.
You can see the whole project, and many others, on his Behance profile.