How to get over the deaths of celebrities, and the emoji for them
Posted On May 26, 2021
How to celebrate death, and how to make emoji to fit the deceased?
The latest celebrity deaths will be featured in the Emoji New Year’s celebrations emoji, a series of new emoji created by the Unicode Consortium and used by brands to mark the occasion.
The new emoji were first released for the first time in 2016, and are available to purchase from the Unicode website for US$12.49.
Emoji is not the only way to celebrate the loss of a person.
It is also popular to add emoticons, such as those for ‘thank you’, to the end of tweets and tweets for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Emoji for the Australian Bureau of Statistics, for example, feature a smiley face emblazoned with a heart.
The emoji emoji series, with their wide range of emotions and colours, are now available to buy for US$.20, which is equivalent to AU$4.35.
However, if you are not able to get the emoji, you can buy them for US$,11.50.
The first emoji, ‘thank u’ and ‘thank em’ have been available since 2017, and can be purchased for US£8.99 each.
The next emoji, emojicon, will be available in 2018.
The Emoji Next Emoji series will also include the new emoji ‘sad face’, a face with a single eye, which can be used to indicate sadness.