Japanese Emoticon Stamp

April 28th, 2010

Kaoiro means “facial expression” in Japanese and is the name of this emoticon stamp. It has 7 belts with each around 20 symbols, so you can create 2000 kaomoji (japanese emoticons). Here you can find all the possible combinations.

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    What a fun way to bring a predominantly digital idea back into the physical space. Could be a great way to sign off on cards in much the same way you would an email signature. Great find!

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