The other day Tumblr user astrologysky (http://astrologysky.tumblr.com) made this awesome post with the signs as Japanese emoticons: http://astrologysky.tumblr.com/post/120342650922/the-signs-as-japanese-emoticons We thought it was quite awesome and decided to make another infographic-like graphic for it. Feel free to share this graphic anywhere you’d like and also be sure to check out astrologysky on Tumblr if you’re interested in that sort of thing. Enjoy!
I’ve seen the following graphic shared a lot on the Internet over the years. As all of you are no doubt aware though Japanese emoticons have become a lot more detailed and crazy. These are simple, “entry level” Japanese emoticons and since this graphic was created people have created tons of awesome, more advanced kaomoji emoticons. So I decided to create my own sort of infographic to sort of highlight how advanced Japanese emoticons have become. I call it, “advanced Japanese emoticons”. I’m pretty happy with how it turned out and it features some of my all-time favourite kaomojis. Hopefully this will help people to realize how far Japanese emoticons have become and help advertise the site a bit. Feel free to download this image and share it wherever you want! You can click on the image to get the full resolution version.
A free app called Seinfeld Emoji is now available for iPhones and includes 42 Seinfeld themed emoji such as Jerry, George, Elaine, Junior Mints and my personal favourite, the Festivus pole. The concept for the app comes from Jason Richards from the @Seinfeld2000 account on Twitter. He enlisted the help of designer Kevin McCauley to draw about five Seinfeld emojis but because Kevin was such as huge fan of the series he came back with a lot more. Unfortunately there’s no way for these emoji to integrate with the default keyboard in iOS so it’s a separate app and you’re technically sending small images, not emoji but having access to a bunch of Seinfeld emoji is still pretty awesome. You can download the app here.
Winter is coming and what better way to get ready than with Game of Thrones emoji? Elite Daily has created 20 awesome Game of Thrones emojis from characters, to dragons to Westerosi Wine. There may be some very minor spoilers though so heads up. These aren’t available for use in text messages yet and there doesn’t seem to be any word on when they will be. Hopefully they’ll be available soon but in the mean time you can check them out below.
George R. R. Martin
Hand of the King Pin
The Iron Throne
Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish
A Sword Made from Valyrian Steel
A White WalkerAll images are from Elite Daily.
I was browsing the Internet (for Japanese emoticon related things I swear! (~>ω>)~ ) and I stumbled upon a French blog called La Paillette Frondeuse and some pretty impressive kamoji nail art. Check out some of the nail art below. And you can check out the original post on their website here. It’s a whole site about nail art so if that’s your thing then definitely check it out although everything is in French.