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Problem Glyphs: solving issues through art

24
Jan
2014

For the past two months, a pair of California-based artists have been helping people — and each other — with cathartic illustrations and poetry on their site, Problem Glyphs. It started almost as a joke between friends, a play on the Tumblr tradition of ask memes, but quickly morphed into way to help the the anonymous lost of Tumblr. The concept is simple: anyone can send their issues to Eliza Gauger, the illustrator behind the site. All images copyright and published with the permission of Eliza Gauger.

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