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Phillip Meyer has cerated a gorgeous braille comic book

I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of braille art. The idea of 2D picture books and images that a blind person can “see” through touch is absolutely lovely. This minimalistic tactile comic book by Phillip Meyer is so well thought out and crafted, both seeing and non-seeing audiences can appreciate it. It tells the story of “Life” as two creatures meet, fall in love, and have a child. This is art that truly communicates with a wide audience demographic.


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