This Print Magazine Wants Us To Talk More Openly About Mental Illness
Anxy is a gorgeously designed publication trying to change the conversation surrounding psychological health
Anxy is a beautifully designed print magazine that wants to shift the conversation surrounding mental illness. In America, 43.8 million adults (that's one in five) suffer from a mental illness, and while psychology and academic journals offer studies and analysis, they don't offer support in the way that simply reading other people's stories do.
Anxy founder Indhira Rojas was a high-functioning creative, working to cover up her struggles with Complex PTSD and Generalized Anxiety Disorder. She decided to start Anxy with a team to explore the everyday effects of mental illness in an artsy print magazine that will include personal essays, reported features, illustrations, and photography.