It's an emoji with a real message behind it. Sprint has unveiled an eye-catching sculpture in Downtown Miami in an effort to warn drivers of the dangers of texting and driving.
The company said "The Last Emoji" is made from different parts of a car that crashed while the driver was texting.
Florida is one of the only states that doesn't list texting while driving as a primary offense.
Commuters are being asked to share the "DN'T TXT & DRIVE" message by posting a photo or selfie with the emoji sculpture using the hashtag #SprintDriveSafe.
The sculpture is located at 1200 Brickell Avenue in Miami and will be in place through Thursday.