Thank you again SO much for ALL your support!
The event could not happen without your help! It was picturous!
Figmetation Art Collective group took over and animated the park in front of Battersea Power Station through out the afternoon. A wonderland of fun, sunshine and play was created with use of picnic blankets and baskets, beach balls and bubbles! We encouraged people to relax, refresh the memories of their childhood and just be here and how! In the center of it there was the interactive performance game Teatime Wonder Game. We didn't have to ask twice for people to take a seat behind the Teatime table stacked with quirky collection of teapots, cups, clocks and biscuits. Three winners were selected that day and three precious paintings were given away. No one left empty handed - hand made sweets from the Old Crone were munched, melted and enjoyed while riddles and task were solved... We hope that the heads leaving the table were full as well! Full of inspiration, relaxation and new ideas! The games were played till the sunset...
See more at photos and short video relation here:
Thank you again and hope to see you soon! For cup of tea or maybe on one of our events;)
I'm freaking out a little bit. They're so beautiful!!! Everything looks so good, I can't wait until you all can see them!
I am going to be mailing them out tomorrow.
I know you all have been patiently waiting for your PDFs, so expect another update JUST for backers in a little while with the download link for that.
Again, thank you all for making this happen! I hope you're as proud of this project as I am.
For all our Kickstarter backers who ordered posters, we are excited to let you know that they have all been printed and are drying now - in preparation for packing and shipping. We're planning to get everything packed up this weekend and in the mail early next week! They will be on their way to your walls shortly!
- Jason F.
Hello Loyal Earthlings! We have come upon a rare opportunity to interview a lunar traveler who you are propelling around the moon. It is with great gratitude and kindness that we bring you this broadcast. You have made this possible. Miss Erin Fae, space and paper explorer, still has a little more distance to travel, but it is with your dedication and generosity that this journey is taking place. You have made this the project of the day! Good night. We'll leave you now. Over and out.
I'm back again, but only briefly! I've now finished and printed the 'Cash Injection' T-Shirt and added it to the reward panel! I decided to ditch the early drawings and digitally-manipulate photographs of real banknotes instead! The dollar bill and british banknotes seemed fitting so I went with those. I experimented with different colour bills and will happily print the notes in any colour you wish. I'll leave it open for you to decide!
I'm super excited to put up some more video content next week, as well as pics of the jumpers and some pals wearing tees! Stay tuned and once again, thank you all for making this a reality, I plan to keep pushing it in the right direction! :-)
Nearly all the posters have been shipped. There's still about 20 of you whose orders haven't yet gone in the mail yet for one reason or another (international address, still haven't responded to survey with shipping info, etc), but most everyone who didn't pick theirs up in person has had it put in the mail.
If you're in the Albuquerque area, you may have already received yours; if not it'll likely arrive Friday or Saturday. If you're not local, it'll take however long the USPS decides. But hopefully soon.
I've already gotten some positive feedback from folks who have gotten theirs. I'd love to do an update in a few weeks showing off what people have done with them, so if you're up to it, I encourage you to take a snapshot of the poster on your wall (or wherever) and send it over. (Thanks to Dan R. for doing this already, it's what inspired me to ask others!)
Lastly: I've already got a waiting list of about 20 or so folks who missed their chance to get in on the Kickstarter campaign. Fortunately, I had a bunch more printed than what I needed for orders here, so once every backer here has been taken care of I'll be offering additional ones for sale. If you want more, or know someone who wants one but missed their chance, just let me know and I can add to the waiting list.
P.S. The posters (and related tubes, mailing labels, etc) have taken over a good chunk of the house as of late, leading my 4-year-old daughter to decide to draw "a map like Daddy's" tonight. She had a little help but I couldn't resist sharing... time for another Kickstarter project, perhaps?
Marker Films are pleased to announce that San Serif on Red is finished! It's been an incredible journey for the entire production team, and we're extremely pleased with the end result. We're so glad that you all supported us and enabled this all to happen. Without your help, we would never have achieved what we have. So thank you!
The film will be premiering at Cineworld in Newport, South Wales on 6th June 2013, as part of a selection of short films being showcased. If you're interested in coming to see San Serif on Red, along with some other great short films, you can buy tickets online here.
We will be sending out the surveys this weekend in order to fulfil your pledges. These may take a while, but once we have your shipping details and the like, you can rest assured that you'll receive them in due course!
In the meantime, here is the teaser trailer for the film. Enjoy!