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emoji joins forces with visual artist Romero Britto

Collaboration will offer dedicated brand guide including hundreds of emoji icons.

The emoji company has revealed a new collaboration with visual artist and celebrity, Romero Britto, one of the most successful painters and sculptors of all time.

Romero’s unique artistic style – which is a fusion of pop art and Cubism – has been commissioned by the Super Bowl, the Olympics, the World Cup, Disney, Bentley, Mattel, Hasbro, Coca-Cola, Absolut Vodka and Dolce & Gabbana among others, with artworks found in galleries and museums worldwide.

The emoji by Britto collaboration will offer a dedicated brand guide including hundreds of unique emoji icons.

These will be available for licensing across categories including apparel, accessories, footwear, electronics, figurines, collectables, drinkware, fan merchandise, homeware and stationery among others.

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