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Emojis For Life

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12:03 PM | 9 April 2014
by Adam Oldfield
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Emojis For Life is the brain child of a couple of creatives from Berghs School of Communication. It's a very simple idea that would raise both money and awareness for the WWF and at the same time give its audience something in return. People buy the fun sets of Emojis (proceeds go to the WWF) and use them (spreading the word about important causes).


Art Director: Karin Nordström
Copywriter: Anna Sager
School: Berghs School of Communications

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