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Smiley Face Images
Yellow Smiley Face: Simplicity and Controversy
On the internet these days you see a lot of young people making extensive use of smiley faces and emoticons, icons that add emotion and feeling to text communication, as well as help avoid misunderstandinds of nuance. They use them widely in emails, instant messenger chat, and forum postings. But despite their massive popularity, most people really have no idea how the smileys started and who created them.
The yellow and black smiley face design that we are all so familiar with was first created Read the rest of this entry »
Smiley Face Backgrounds
Graphic design is a field of artistic expression; the skills of a graphic designer provide a steadier income than other artistic fields. For instance, graphic designers are generally employed more often than other types of designers attempting to create large, overpriced decorative masterpieces. Part of your inspiration to become a graphic designer may or may not be financial.
The field of graphic design is considered more practical. Sometimes people look at graphic design as less prestigious than more traditional artist�s fields. Graphic design is often the second choice of a career among those desiring to be Read the rest of this entry »
Smiley Face Clipart
In this article I will present a brief yet concise explanation on the history of smiley face clip art and their evolution.
The first ever illustrated/graphical smiley face emoticon was designed in 1964 in Worcester, MA by a man named Harvey Ball. He did not simply do this for fun, there was a specific purpose which was for a client who was attempting to ease the transition of two companies following a merger. But that’s not the beginning!
The earliest recorded use of characters and symbols to represent emotions was in 1857 when Read the rest of this entry »
Smiley Face Pics
Now that there is a strong possibility that the Miami Circle (which from this point on will be referred to as “the thing”*) might actually be a giant “Smiley Face” (see earlier entry) and the first earliest recording of man having a sense of humor, MVB would like to take this opportunity to show what could have been if county government had handled the original discovery differently. Instead of forking over nearly $27 million dollars of taxpayers money in 1999 to the developer to stop him from developing (with nothing to show for it as of this Read the rest of this entry »
Smiley Face Pic
Relax, it is finally official. Money CANNOT buy happiness.
The blissful news arrived in a ruling handed down against WalMart in early 2008 by Judge Timothy C. Batten Sr. in Atlanta.
The learned adjudicator found that even with the support of two hundred thousand dollars worth of pseudo scientific arguments from an actual smiley face consultant (similar to an elf translator), the retail behemoth could not claim ownership rights to the ubiquitous happy face.
Whew! Chock one up for The courageous Judge B senior and all mankind…