Sam Barclay, a graphic designer from Portsmouth, has created a kickstarter for a very unusual book. The book, “Reeding,” shows what it feels like to suffer from the learning disability dyslexia.
The kickstarter page explains that the purpose of the book is “to provide the reader with a beautiful, design led experience of what it feels like to struggle with reading.” Barclay needed to raise a little over $23,000 to get the books published, but has already gone above that, netting over $25,000.
The beautifully crafted book is a fascinating look into a world many are fortunate enough not to see. Take a look for yourself: