Emojis may survive the next 2000 years as our civilization’s hieroglyphs and catalogs showing them may be the Rosetta Stone’s of the future. To add more pictorial verbiage to the stone, New York City design firm &Walsh has created hundreds of new timely cornona-emojis that they are giving to the world for free!

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“We’ve prepped them to be used as Slack emojis, Instagram stories stickers (we’re uploading them on Giphy), iMessage stickers and WhatsApp stickers,” says founder Jessica Walsh. “We have a set that’s catered towards graphic designers and another set that is for wider audiences relating to WFH and life in 2020.” 

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Why is &Walsh making these? 

“Now more than ever we need more ways to express ourselves since communication is all digital,” she says. “We’re also all going through unique and difficult times in 2020 that call for new language. We hope these can provide some delight or comic relief to people’s day … or just make it a little easier to communicate how shitty you’re feeling!”

&Walsh plans to release these tomorrow, Thursday, April 23.


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