Web Developer Creates A Site That Turns Your Photos Into Works Of Emoji Art
Emoji fans can now express themselves through icons in a more artistic way.
New York Times web developer Eric Andrew Lewis has created a website that will turn any image into an emoji work of art.
All you do is upload your photo of choice and in a few short moments your pic will be transformed into hundreds of emoji.
We’re not sure why Lewis has made it, but we’re glad he did – because seeing drunk photos of you and your friends in the form of an emoji mosaic is oddly satisfying.
It’s weirdly addictive and you may find you lose an hour or two creating emoji masterpieces.
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