emoji partners with Vistaprint for Face Masks
Vistaprint has partnered with the emoji company to produce new face masks featuring some of the most recognizable emoji brand icons. This collaboration pairs the emoji company’s spirited digital icons with Vistaprint’s popular and high-quality masks to bring a fresh, new collection of masks to the market. In addition, 10% of the emoji brand mask sales will be donated to help empower small businesses across the US and Canada. To date, Vistaprint has raised more than $5 million in cash and in-kind product donations to support small businesses and communities through its mask sales.
Available in the United States and Canada, the emoji® collection features a variety of designs including some of the most popular emoji brand icons giving consumers plenty of options to choose from.
“We are excited to be launching this playful collection of that will bring some light and fun to people’s everyday attire. We use digital icons every day to express ourselves on social media, in text conversations, and emails. Self-expression is important and we believe that a mask should not limit a person’s ability to express themselves. Our mask design partnership with the emoji® brand is one way we’re helping people do just that,” Vistaprint North America Market Director Erin Shea said.
Vistaprint’s RFS masks have a 3-dimensional chin structure, a bendable nose bridge, and adjustable straps to give your reusable face mask the perfect fit all day long. Designed with wearability in mind, the masks are available in a wide range of colors and prints for both adults and children. Sold separately in packs of ten, filters can be inserted into the RFS masks. Each filter can be used for up to 12 hours. [Note: These masks are not medical devices or personal protective equipment (PPE).]
“With face masks being such an important part of daily life, we welcomed the opportunity to partner with Vistaprint for high quality face masks that empower consumers of all ages to express themselves in unique and fun ways,” said Marco Hüsges, CEO and founder, the emoji company.