Illustrator Interprets The Experiences Of Blind Travelers

Illustrator Interprets The Experiences Of Blind Travelers
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

Artist Alby Letoy creates drawings of poignant travel memories for the visually impaired

Jiwon Kim
  • 26 august 2016

In an effort to relay the travel experience of those visually-impaired, Travel Supermarket commissioned Malaysian artist Alby Letoy to hear the stories of eight visually-impaired people then illustrate their narrative. The diverse group of eight includes a wood maker, a jazz vocalist and a salesman. The point of the art project was to bring a new perspective into traveling.

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