Designer Rebecca Evie Lynch tackles the iconography of inward-focused emotions

Emojis have become, at the very least, the communication method of the decade, providing a quick and vibrant way of communicating across culture and language barriers. Though the purpose of most emojis is social, they are starting to be used to express more individual states, especially on social media. But most emojis have an extroverted, artificially energetic feel to them, and portray characters doing stereotypically social things, like dancing, wining and dining. What about the more subtle and singular emotional range of the introvert?

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