“Loving,” an upcoming film that spotlights Richard and Mildred Loving, a couple that challenged the law to make interracial marriage legal, has inspired a new set of emojis and icons.

The film’s production and distribution company, Focus Features, debuted a new app Tuesday aptly named Love-Moji, inspired by the new film, People reported.

The new set of emojis features male and female partners of different genders and ethnicities. The new extension can be downloaded through VoteLoving.com or through the Apple App store.

The film, which will be released in select theaters on Nov. 4, tells the story of Mildred and Richard Loving, an interracial couple who were married in Washington, D.C., and sentenced to prison in Virginia for getting married in 1958. The couple took the case to the Supreme Court so they could continue to live as husband and wife in their Virginia hometown.

The couple's fight led to a landmark ruling in 1967 that overturned the state miscegenation laws. In a unanimous ruling, the Supreme Court struck down the remaining segregation laws that called for the separation of races in marriage.

Chief Justice Earl Warren, who had written the Supreme Court’s opinion in Brown v. Board of Education in 1954, wrote the opinion of the court: “We have consistently denied the constitutionality of measures which restrict the rights of citizens on account of race.”

Richard and Mildred Loving had three children. Richard Loving later perished in a car accident in 1975 and Mrs. Loving passed away from pneumonia in 2008.

In the film “Loving," directed by Jeff Nichols, Joel Edgerton plays Richard Loving and Ruth Negga plays Mildred.

Twitter has also launched its own “Loving” emoji to promote the new film, and it pictures Mildred and Richard Loving. The emoji self-populates when the hashtags #ThisIsLoving or #VoteLoving are used.