These guys have been using Kickstarter, and a bunch of other online platforms, to support their live shows riffing on “campy B-movies.” I love the underground, indie creative community and these guys are a great example of that. I backed this project this morning.
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Kickstarter CEO Aziz Hasan is running a Make 100 project called Squids In Disguise where he will make 100 surprise sticker packs.
- 80 packs will contain 5 limited edition art stickers at random from at least
- 10 packs will be a special edition of 5 Super Squids (Superhero exclusive)
- 10 packs will be a special edition of 5 Kickstarter-themed squids
The reference for the artwork will be all nostalgia from my childhood, specifically cartoon and video game characters that I loved growing up, reimagined as squids.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ahzzzz/squids-in-disguise-limited-edition-art-stickers
I really like it when the CEO of a company uses the product or service publicly. I backed Aziz’s project today.
I don’t usually take a reward when backing a Kickstarter project, but I really need one of these fingerprint bike locks so I did today when I backed it.
What a wonderful project. I backed it today.
I love this project and backed it instantly when a friend showed it to me last week.
Kickstarter kicks off the new year with a campaign called Make 100. The idea is to stimulate a lot of smaller projects where the creator makes 100 of something.
It’s a hodgepodge of creativity in the best sense of the word. Here are the current crop of Make 100 projects live on Kickstarter.
I just went and backed a bunch of them. It’s so much fun.
My favorite is this project where the creator, JJ Chuan, is going to make 100 city maps out of old cassette tapes. I just love that.
I love the cross cultural/language/regional aspect of the Internet. We can find, experience, and support things all across the globe. Ultimately, it should bring us closer to each other.
This project, a children’s book about sharing, is exactly that and I backed it with a thousand yen just now.
This project seeks to use drones to plant 1bn trees.
Reforestation is an important part of climate mitigation and reforestation projects are behind many carbon offset programs. So technology like this could make all of that a lot more efficient.
You all know that I have a huge soft spot for anything that helps kids learn to program computers and other things and this project does exactly that. I backed it today and am sharing it with all of you.