[Click to enlarge] One Hundred Thousand Emojis, Joe Hale, 2015
"I've got no strings," is a phrase nowhere to be found in Carlo Collodi's original Pinocchio, but the concept is the same as the Disney movie you're probably familiar with: a puppet gifted with life, who just wants to become a real boy. Incidentally, we learned from our go-to emoji translator Joe Hale that the first time Pinocchio's nose grows can be summarized fairly concisely with the tiny texting icons:
"Pinocchio's nose continued growing."
After painstakingly translating Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan into emoji over the course of the last year, he's now completed the trilogy with a fully-translated version of Pinocchio _called _Pleasureland, which you can learn more about here. Perhaps most impressively, however, he's conglomorated all three works into a single poster, titles _One Hundred Thousand Emojis _(above) which is the number of symbols and smileys it took the artist to complete all three tales.
Check out the full Pinocchio poster, and more emoji translations, below:
"Bad boys never come to good in this world."
"Your money or your life!"
Visit Joe Hale's website to see more of his work.