Eliza Gauger's Problem Glyphs (Limited Leather-bound Edition)

Eliza Gauger's Problem Glyphs (Limited Leather-bound Edition)

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A special, limited edition of Problem Glyphs is now available. Featuring a genuine leatherbound cover with gilt page edges, and a four hub spine, this deluxe edition is limited to 100 copies, each signed and numbered by Eliza Gauger.

The Problem Glyphs art book contains 100 glyphs and their associated submissions, accompanied by an introduction by Eliza Gauger and a foreword by award-winning writer, Warren Ellis. Problem Glyphs is a premium edition, display-worthy art book, measuring 10x12" and featuring a Smyth sewn, genuine leather-bound hard cover with gold foil-stamped cover illustrations, gilt page edges, an integral black ribbon bookmark, and is signed and numbered by author, Eliza Gauger. The 210 interior pages are printed on beautiful matte coated art paper. Tremendous care has gone into every aspect of the book, from its binding to its typography, the beautiful and storied Doves Type. 

Problem Glyphs has been the subject of artist Eliza Gauger's attention since autumn 2013. She has crafted over two hundred sigils in response to the deepest, darkest problems submitted anonymously online by thousands of individuals. Drawing upon her background in fine art, mythology, and the occult, Gauger responds to these problems by creating intricate, symbol-laden glyphs that are published online with an accompanying descriptive title, free of charge.

Praise for Problem Glyphs
Molly Crabapple— "Eliza Gauger's problem glyphs take crowdsourced agonies and crystallize them into symbols. In the beginning, art was inseparable from magic, and Gauger returns it to its roots, in a twist updated to the pace, needs, and logic of the network."

Warren Ellis— "Sometimes you don't fully understand your fears and ghosts until they're put in front of you, so you can exorcise them. It's a spiky, painful thing. Problem Glyphs are spiky, painful things. That's why they were, and are, needed by so many people."

Neil Gaiman— "I think it's a beautiful way of talking about problems, empowering people, and letting the magic of art happen in their lives."