A smiley is a very simple drawing of a smiling face that is traditionally yellow in color. If with the advent of the Internet and SMS, it was replaced by emoticons, the smiley remains an important design in contemporary iconography.
If its paternity remains unclear (we find traces of this smiling circle of 1953, then Harvey Ball and David Stern will claim paternity.), It was popularized by the Spain brothers in the 70s with a bunch of derivative products that were all the rage. at the time.
True to his reputation as a creator of "glowing nightmares," Alex Pardee is teaming up with ToyQube to bring you this face of America in the form of a 10-inch-tall figurine that has visibly suffered a little acid rain.