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Emoji as a new language of the future. Two comic stamps released by Swiss Post

Emoji as a new language of the future. Two comic stamps released by Swiss Post
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Modern communication is barely conceivable without them: the countless small images and icons peppering our SMSs and e-mails known as emojis.

StampNews.com is glad to present these two stamps by Swiss Post that is a bridge between the digital and the physical world. These items amaze with their bright design that will definitely make you smile. So let’s appreciate these stamp issue together!

The term “emoji” (pronounced “ee-mo-gee”) comes from the Japanese words for “picture” and “character”. The name has doubt- less gained acceptance because of the associations it conjures up with “emotion”, a word that sounds similar in numerous European languages. These little pictures simplify communication, allowing us to quickly and clearly show whether we mean something to be serious, or maybe ironic.

Modern-day emojis hark back to Shigetaka Kurita’s designs in 1998, when he was commissioned by a Japanese mobile phone provider to create simple, single-colour icons. These days there are a large number of different emojis in the digital world.

Apple, Google and Facebook all have their own versions which all differ in detail. Emoji company GmbH owns the brand rights to emoji® and is responsible in particular for their use in analogue applications.

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