- FRENCH GORKO
This classic gorkoglyph, discovered on the side of a building outside of Peoria’s modern-day County Farm Cemetery, and dated to ca. 1994/95, appears to tell the story of a sassy person who arrived in America from Europe by steam engine and injured their face in a freak accident. Note the conductor’s hat and French language in glyph 4, the sassy tongue in glyph 2, and the accident itself in glyph 3. We may never know the real story, but apparently the artist was keen for us to meet this sassy-face French Gorko.