WitchEmoji is a new app for the iPhone, which allows you to express your magick through the magic of our modern day hieroglyphics (aka: Emojis). It is available for iPhones and iPads with iOS 10.1 or newer, and is completely compatible with iMessage.
WitchEmoji is described as:
“an iMessage sticker pack for all of your witchy needs”
WitchEmoji showcases the beautiful spectrum of humanity, by featuring various skin tones, and both male and female witches.
According to Bust.com:
WitchEmoji app was built by female curator and writer Pam Grossman (with help from emoji designer Julia Heffernan). Grossman is the creator of Phantasmaphile, a blog about esoteric and fantastical art; the author of What Is A Witch and Associate Editor of Abraxas, an international journal of esoteric studies; the co-organizer of NYU’s Occult Humanities Conference; and the co-founder of Observatory (2009-2014), an art and lecture space in Brooklyn. Her work aims to explore mysticism and the occult “via a scholarly yet accessible approach,” and WitchEmoji is her most accessible project yet!
On the WitchEmoji website, Grossman writes, “I created WitchEmoji because I couldn’t find any great witchy, magical emoji to use in my texts. Necessity (or obsessive desire in this case) is the mother of invention.”
Which WitchEmoji do you like best?