Ghostface Killah via Facebook
In July, Unicode will add 250 new images to their roster of official emojis, helping "people around the world to use computers in any language," according to their site. While the official Unicode emojis will help ease international business and communication, Hi-Art's new Ghostface Killah emojis will allow you to elaborate on the finer points of C.R.E.A.M. to any confused parties.
Ghostface's emojis are the first installment of Hi-Art's line of "chat stickers," or high-res emojis meant to replace text and move Americans back to the days of pictoral lanugage. Graffiti artist Steve "ESPO" Powers and Fool's Gold records have stickers on the way.
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