We first introduced you to designer Sarah Louise Bryan last year when the single, struggling mom went viral thanks to a dress design created entirely out of Skittles.
While normally technology should stay far, far away from water, this is the exception — emoji pool floats.
Thanks to a company named Thrice Brand, you can now laze around the water on a floating version of your favorite way to communicate without words.
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For the estimated 50 million American adults who suffer from anxiety disorders, living with this particularly prevalent mental health issue isn’t often cause for a laugh.
But for many people, humor helps them to cope, which is the idea behind these satirical covers for the imaginary Anxiety: The Magazine by Twitter user @crayonelyse.
A graduate student in her mid-twenties who prefers to use the pseudonym Crayon, the artist gets her ideas from real life, including the inner workings of an anxiety-riddled brain.
Back in elementary school, there was no shortage of folders, binders, stickers, and various other school supplies plastered with colorful rainbows, animals, and unicorns thanks to one woman — Lisa Frank.
If you had those school supplies, you were the envy of those who had plain colored Trapper Keepers.
Well, get ready to relive your childhood as an adult…