Hi-Art for iOS launched earlier today, the app puts a new spin on how smartphones users can send and use emojis or emoticons in conversation. With thousands of emojis available for use on the internet Hi-Art uses a more clever and unique ways to express how you feel with the help of a hip-hop heavyweight.
Founded by Nico Dios, if you didn’t know was a part of NYC’s highly praised graffiti crew IRAK, and with the launch of the app today Dios first sticker pack is from Wu-Tang member Ghostface Killah, Claw Money, Ron English, Dust La Rock, The Seventh Letter just to name a few, along with a second pack of stickers with Fool’s Gold and Steve “ESPO” Powers in the pipeline, scheduled for a release in the future.
In total the sticker pack hosts over a 1,000 stickers to use, through the now available Hi-Art’s app. At the moment more than a handful of stickers are available for free while a few will range between $0.99-$1.99 USD. hopefully Hi-Art will release the packs for Android users in the future.
Below is a quick look of what to expect from the Ghostface Killah pack.
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