Not only are they very cool, but these midcentury modern emojis by Death By Modernism are also free to download.
Yes, free. You don’t often get to say that these days. But if you really like the emojis, you can get them as an art print, which is far from free. I’ll get to that in a moment.
For now, let’s look at the emoji pack, which is pictured on this page. Basically, this is all about filling in a gap. The gap being midcentury modern furniture in the emojis in iMessage. Apple hasn’t got round to making any, so Death By Modernism has.
So if you need to say it with a small picture and that picture needs to be something design-wise from the middle of the 20th century, you can opt for the likes of a Sputnik light fitting, s Panton S-Chair, A George Nelson Sunburst Clock, Eero Aarnio’s Ball Chair and a variety of Charles and Ray Eames pieces.
Cutest of all, you can even get an emoji of Charles and Ray Eames themselves, should you ever need one.
If you like them and want them for your home, that’s covered too. As I said earlier, Death By Modernism has produced a limited edition framed print of the pick of the emoji designs. Two sizes of the print pictured here available, with prices from $140. More details and the option to buy at the Death By Modernism website.