A popular mode of communication among nearly anyone with a smart phone, emojis were most recently under the spotlight because reality TV star Kim Kardashian decided to release her very own, personalized Kimojis. These 500+ small, pixelated images depict inside jokes, and even funny Kim faces for fans to use in their text conversations. (Yes, her ugly crying face is one of them.)
Diving deeper into the world of niche emojis, Curbed editor Michelle Goldchain and Curbed architecture critic, Alexandra Lange started an “archemoji” hashtag on Twitter's #architecture channel and—with the help of vocal Twitter members—were able to compile a list of top emojis architects and architecture enthusiasts alike could enjoy. Archemojis take on the task of producing architecture-related images such as the Guggenheim, Frank Gehry flipping you off, Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye, a crumpled up piece of paper, a sly-looking Zaha Hadid, and much more. See the full list of emojis on the original story’s website.