Ahead of World Emoji Day 2023, Emojipedia expanded its offerings by launching a print-on-demand store.
The store brings emojis to life through an exciting range of merchandise, providing Emojipedia users with a new way to express themselves in the physical world. Additionally, the Emojipedia store offers customers the ability to customize products with their favorite emojis and emoji combinations.
The print-on-demand model ensures that each product is made to order, reducing waste and ensuring a sustainable approach to manufacturing. Emojipedia collaborates with reputable printing partners to ensure the highest quality products that capture the vibrant essence of emojis accurately.
The emoji designs currently available within the Emojipedia store are redistributed and sold under the provisions of the following licenses:
- The featured Google Noto Color Emoji designs are licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
- The featured Twitter (X) Twemoji emoji designs are licensed under the MIT License.
- The featured Microsoft 3D Fluent emoji designs are licensed under the MIT License.
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