impressive use of the character space. This artist create a movie by cutting together many tweets with just emojis. Via Fubiz:
The French artist Hierophant has created “Timeline”, a meticulous and well-thought-out work. Beyond its purely aesthetic aspect, he wanted once again to convey a message. This objective, he reached it after having provided a massive work. A friend of his, a programmer, helped him create an application that associates with each color an emoji of the same overall hue. “From there, I created emoji patterns that I manually posted on twitter,” he explains. After that, he took one screenshot a day to make the video, for which he produced the music. This work required hundreds of hours of work, spread over eight months.
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