Jungle Hieroglyphs is an interactive site employing various forms of media to motivate dialogue, thought and action. These projects portray people, culture and events with the goal of inspiring positive social change.

jun·gle

noun, \ˈjəŋ-gəl\

1.
a tropical forest where plants and trees grow very thickly

2.
a harsh or dangerous place or situation in which people struggle for survival or success

3.
a confusing or complex mixture of things

4.
local name for a community in Los Angeles also known as Baldwin Village

The word jungle originates from the Sanskrit word jangala (Sanskrit: जंगल), meaning uncultivated land

hi·er·o·glyph
ˈhī(ə)rəˌglif/, noun

1.
a stylized picture of an object representing a word, syllable, or sound, as found in ancient Egyptian and other writing systems.

A hieroglyph (Greek for “sacred carving“) is a character of the ancient Egyptian writing system… [1] In Neoplatonism, especially during the Renaissance, a “hieroglyph” was an artistic representation of an esoteric idea

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