Emoji are used to annotate feelings and to short-hand communication. Climoji serve as signifiers to amplify climate change and as new signs with which to express despair, hope, and solidarity.
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The whole class is laughing
my spanish teacher made us download this and use them in text conversations with each other. my favorite is the one of the faucet with fire coming out of it. we’re all laughing at how bad the art is, it’s really entertaining. this is like the tumblr post that says “graphic design is my passion” in papyrus font with the jpeg of the frog. and for that, i love these emojis very dearly.
The”artwork” recalls bad Microsoft clip art circa 1992. Completely misses the boat as far as any awareness or activism as the bad art and silly designs are side splittingly funny. Who doesn’t want to pepper their messages with badly rendered images of postapocalyptic doom?!
Enjoying the Climojis
Love the variety of climate change issues represented. Hope to see additions in future versions - coral reefs, perhaps?
- Climoji Org
- 2.2 MB
Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.