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DYSLEXIA AROUND THE WORLD

Dyslexic Dictionary believes in fostering a society where diversity is embraced and individuality is celebrated. In celebration of our global dyslexic community, students from California to Ghana were asked to choose a word that represents their dyslexia, then communicate what that word means to them on the back of a 9-by-6-inch postcard. Our mailbox was overwhelmed with their responses. View the students’ submissions below.

Become a part of this change by submitting your original art to the Dyslexic Dictionary exhibit.

Instructions for Printing the Postcard at Home

1. Download the postcard template.
2. Print out the template on card stock or paper.
3. Describe and illustrate your dyslexia.
4. Send it back to us!

Arion Press Gallery
Attn: Gil Gershoni/Dyslexic Dictionary
1802 Hays Street
San Francisco, CA 94129

Media

Participating
Artists

Adeniyi Akingbade

Adeniyi
Akingbade

Sculptor
Lagos, Nigeria

Christian Boer

Christian
Boer

Designer
Driebruggen, Netherlands

Adam Eli Feibelman

Adam Eli
Feibelman

Artist at Large
San Francisco, CA

Sally Gardner

Sally
Gardner

Author
London, UK

Gil Gershoni

Gil
Gershoni

Founder & Creative Director, Gershoni Creative & Dyslexic Design Thinking
San Francisco, CA

Martin Grasser

Martin
Grasser

Artist & Designer
Mill Valley, CA

Rebecca Kamen

Rebecca
Kamen

Artist/Professor Emerita
Philadelphia, PA

Kelsey Ann Kasom

Kelsey Ann
Kasom

Sculptural Womenswear Designer
London, UK

Gavin Newsom

Gavin
Newsom

Governor of California & Children's Book Author
Sacramento, CA