Emojigraphy first started as a project to create a useful but easy language for emoji characters. Most of us have used emojis in our online communication but only as an expression of our written text. It gives us a chance to convey the emotion or mood or feeling in our sentences. So we usually add emoji characters before or after our sentences to indicate our emotion towards those sentences.
Then, somehow, more emojis have been created, including not only emotion but regular objects, actions, topics like food, transport, activities, etc. As emoji characters for every topic become more and more available, we are starting to realize that we can use more and more emojis. We have started to use them to replace text words, and the arrangement of emojis has a meaning. Thus, finally, we can use them to create our sentences.
The problem is there is no definitive meaning to these groups of emojis. What we have written can have a different meaning for someone else. But there is a problem when we use emoji characters to create something they were not intended for. An emoji is only a character and it doesn't have proper grammar, which is required to form a consistent meaning. As a result, most sentences created using only emoji characters have different interpretations among different people.