About Us

Geekle

Geekle was created by the writer, artist, and entrepreneur, Ian Lepkowsky. The title is a combination of the words Geek and People (Geek + People = Geekle). As the caption on each page suggests it’s, “A place for Geeks. But also for people.” But what does that even mean?

Well, it means that geeks are often a different breed than the mainstream or  average group of people. Geeks have their own mannerisms, tendencies, and subculture. They have their own memes, events, and activities. Often, a core value of the greater geek community is intelligence and that is a value that Geekle embraces as well. As such, we also value the finer tastes of Art, Poetry, and Creative Writing.

When it’s said that Geekle is “also for people” all that’s meant is that even though Geekle is largely aimed to be a community for Geeks, it doesn’t discriminate. Geekle isn’t here to shun you because you’re wearing a Flash t-shirt and don’t know the difference between Barry Allen and Wally West. It’s okay. You’re still welcome here. If you’re a person who just dips a toe into the waters of Geek occasionally, or even if this is your first time, you’re welcome here. This is a community for all to share their thoughts and feelings while connecting with others on Geek culture and any other related miscellaneous topics.

We also welcome amateur writers, poets, artists, etc. to share their content on our platform. If you’re interested in joining the Geekle community as a contributor, please reach out to the site’s creator, Ian Lepkowsky at IanLepkowsky@gmail.com.

 

The Alien Hieroglyphics Online Gallery

Geekle.xyz is home to the Alien Hieroglyphics Online Gallery. If you’re interested in purchasing an original creation in the Alien Hieroglyphics style then please check out these unique Alien Hieroglyphics prints on clothing and accessories via AlienInks.com!

For original canvas creations you can also check out the Alien Hieroglyphics Etsy Page

If you don’t see what you’re looking for then please reach out to me directly at IanLepkowsky@gmail.com for any questions, requests, commissions, etc.  If you’re interested in viewing the private Alien Hieroglyphics Gallery at the physical location (310 Riverside Blvd Long Beach, NY 11561) then send me an email with your request and contact information and we can schedule a time for a private gallery viewing.

If you’re a customer who is dissatisfied with your purchase or is interested in giving any type of feedback, whether it be about the order, the process, the website, the artwork, or otherwise, then please feel free to reach out to me for those reasons as well.

 

About The Alien Hieroglyphics Artist – Ian Lepkowsky

The Alien Hieroglyphics Artist, Ian Lepkowsky, is inspired by the concepts of unconditional self-expression, personal transformation, and the exploration of consciousness.

His Alien Hieroglyphics creations are an extension of his personality and an embodiment of three personal philosophies:

“Go with the flow of what you feel.”

“Everyone is a different perspective.”

“Everything happens for a reason, but that doesn’t mean you’ll understand or agree with it.”

Ian Lepkowsky, also known as “Alien Hyroglyfik” lives in Long Beach, New York. Alien Hieroglyphics/Alien Hyroglyfik was born in the Spring of 2011 when Ian was a Sophomore at the University at Albany in New York. At a spring festival that year, Ian was attracted to a table with a sign that read, “The Psychic Gallery.” Speaking to the man at the table, Ian found out the man was not only an Artist and Owner of the Gallery, but also a Psychic Medium. Obsessed with the Occult since he was a child, Ian eagerly paid this man to tell his fortune. Among other predictions, he told Ian that he was an Artist and that there was a Language inside of him waiting to be expressed. Ian had no idea what the Psyhcic was talking about. But it felt right. So Ian took the idea and ran with it. The Psychic gave Ian his first canvas and within a week, the first Alien Hieroglyphics/Alien Hyroglyfik painting was hanging in, “The Psychic Gallery.” Now, Ian has found his flow as an Artist as he learns to express and understand himself deeper with each piece.