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Art

From postcard paintings to large public murals, thousands of art projects have broken new ground, sparked meaningful dialogue, and given people the opportunity to share their work with the world.

  • $79 million

    pledged to art

  • 10,180

    successfully funded art projects

Chinati Foundation

Chinati Foundation

raised $101,130 from 567 backers for “Robert Irwin Project.”

a girl in salt lake city

a girl in salt lake city

raised $3,800 from 326 backers for “Acceptable Reasons to Cry in Public.”

Alec Soth

Alec Soth

raised $66,424 from 596 backers for “The Winnebago Workshop.”

Comics

Whether you work in ink or on the web, a Kickstarter project can get your work in the hands of your fans and on the shelves of your local comic shop.

  • $62 million

    pledged to comics

  • 4,792

    successfully funded comics projects

Tom Tomorrow

Tom Tomorrow

raised $310,538 from 3,098 backers for “25 Years of Tomorrow.”

Jamie Tanner

Jamie Tanner

raised $2,488 from 151 backers for “THE CONSUMPTIVE #1.”

Beyond Press

Beyond Press

raised $51,951 from 1,551 backers for “ELEMENTS: Fire.”

Crafts

From handcrafted furniture and paper goods to organic bed sheets and handknit dolls, creators use Kickstarter to bring their hobbies and most-DIY pieces to life.

  • $12 million

    pledged to crafts

  • 1,804

    successfully funded crafts projects

Benjamin Aroh

Benjamin Aroh

raised $53,978 from 933 backers for “The Wooden States of America.”

Nick Sandford

Nick Sandford

raised $32,939 from 471 backers for “Leaf & Clay: Handcrafted Succulent Pots.”

Büşra Todil

Büşra Todil

raised €22,182 from 312 backers for “NINDYAA — A New Kind of Bed Sheet, Beautifully Crafted..”

Dance

Young choreographers and established companies use Kickstarter to stage performances and showcase their work. Over 60% of Dance projects have been successfully funded — the most of any category.

  • $12 million

    pledged to dance

  • 2,174

    successfully funded dance projects

Cori Olinghouse

Cori Olinghouse

raised $5,738 from 170 backers for “Ghost line.”

More Art

More Art

raised $9,899 from 133 backers for “Clean Labor by Brendan Fernandes.”

Martha Graham Dance Company

Martha Graham Dance Company

raised $32,835 from 347 backers for “Martha Graham Dance Company Presents: The Next 90!.”

Design

From inventive products that become MoMA Design Store favorites to civic projects that revitalize public spaces across the globe, designers use Kickstarter to bring ambitious ideas to life.

  • $597 million

    pledged to design

  • 8,572

    successfully funded design projects

Urban Rivers

Urban Rivers

raised $28,984 from 368 backers for “Floating Gardens in the Chicago River.”

Vlad Dragusin + Candylab Toys

Vlad Dragusin + Candylab Toys

raised $122,264 from 1,113 backers for “Midcentury Americana - Awesome Wood Toys.”

Lomography

Lomography

raised $919,926 from 5,645 backers for “The Lomo'Instant Automat Camera.”

Fashion

Our dynamic community of designers, tailors, artisans, and archivists has raised more than $100M to bring fashion projects to life. Create something to help shape the future of independent design and wearable tech — and make fashion more ethical and transparent while you’re at it.

  • $111 million

    pledged to fashion

  • 4,600

    successfully funded fashion projects

MATRIARCH

MATRIARCH

raised $28,120 from 160 backers for “Menswear-inspired footwear for women, men & nonbinary folks..”

Zephyr Berlin

Zephyr Berlin

raised $12,728 from 64 backers for “Zephyr Berlin: pants that travel well and are built to last.”

Manuel Rappard

Manuel Rappard

raised $289,772 from 1,712 backers for “The Quarter Century Jacket | A 25 Year Guarantee.”

Film & Video

More than 150 Kickstarter-funded films have made theatrical debuts and thousands have played at festivals around the world — including a film that would go on to win an Academy Award. Shoot your first film, restore an old classic, or make your documentary feature debut.

  • $368 million

    pledged to film & video

  • 22,440

    successfully funded film & video projects

Sattya Media Arts Collective

Sattya Media Arts Collective

raised $1,518 from 32 backers for “Himalayan Cinema.”

Himalayan Cinema

Himalayan Cinema

raised $22,483 from 357 backers for “Always Shine Tribeca Film Festival World Premiere.”

Griffin Dunne

Griffin Dunne

raised $221,135 from 3,565 backers for “The Joan Didion Documentary.”

Food

Whether you’re a budding chef with big restaurant plans or a foodie with an amazing family recipe to share, a Kickstarter project can help bring your culinary dreams to life.

  • $111 million

    pledged to food

  • 5,505

    successfully funded food projects

Nora Painten

Dina Falconi And Wendy Holle Nora Paintennder

raised $24,282 from 284 backers for “Brownsville Student Farm Project.”

Amber Lambke

Amber Lambke

raised $30,889 from 309 backers for “Flour with the flavor of home.”

Carla Hall

Carla Hall

raised $264,704 from 1,550 backers for “Carla Hall's Southern Kitchen.”

Games

Whether you’re an aspiring game maker or a seasoned pro, Kickstarter gives game designers a platform to bring their boldest ideas to life. Our community has helped launch groundbreaking indie games, epic tabletop games, beloved revivals, and even a household name or two.

  • $613 million

    pledged to games

  • 10,112

    successfully funded games projects

Lay Waste Games LLC

Lay Waste Games LLC

raised $88,020 from 1,295 backers for “DRAGOON - The Action Strategy Game of Dragons!.”

Sensible Object

Sensible Object

raised £168,360 from 2,224 backers for “Fabulous Beasts - a new kind of game.”

Toby Fox

Toby Fox

raised $51,125 from 2,398 backers for “UnderTale.”

Journalism

From broadcast to print to photojournalism, Kickstarter has changed the way news gets made — and, more importantly, who gets to make it. Go on assignment, document a journey, publish editorial features, or chronicle current events through longform storytelling.

  • $11 million

    pledged to journalism

  • 926

    successfully funded journalism projects

Paul Salopek

Paul Salopek

raised $74,830 from 694 backers for “Out of Eden Walk: Year Five.”

Jacobin magazine

Jacobin magazine

raised $11,697 from 388 backers for “Class Action ... presented by the CTU's CORE and Jacobin..”

The Riveter Magazine

The Riveter Magazine

raised CA$ 35,815 from 552 backers for “The Riveter Magazine: Longform Storytelling by Women.”

Music

Whether you’re an unsigned musician or a career artist, Kickstarter connects creators with fans to help them bring amazing new albums, shows, and performances to life — together.

  • $191 million

    pledged to music

  • 25,003

    successfully funded music projects

Ozma Records

Ozma Records

raised $1,363,037 from 10,768 backers for “Voyager Golden Record: 40th Anniversary Edition.”

The Digital Wild

The Digital Wild

raised $5,224 from 63 backers for “The Digital Wild EP Release Promotion & Touring.”

De La Soul

De La Soul

raised $600,874 from 11,169 backers for “De La Soul ...and the Anonymous Nobody.”

Photography

Kickstarter-funded photography projects have helped budding photographers and renowned institutions alike grow their communities and gain exposure for their work. Create a book of your travel adventures, share a portrait series, host an exhibition, and even show people how to develop their own film.

  • $33 million

    pledged to photography

  • 3,022

    successfully funded photography projects

Jean-Paul Bourdier

Jean-Paul Bourdier

raised $11,870 from 181 backers for “Leap Into The Blue // Photography Book.”

Aperture Foundation

Aperture Foundation

raised $80,943 from 885 backers for “Touching Strangers: Photographs by Richard Renaldi.”

Kelly Angood

Kelly Angood

raised $35,164 from 881 backers for “The Pop-Up Pinhole Project.”

Publishing

From anthologies to zines and everything in between, writers and creators can find readers and listeners for their work on Kickstarter. Whether you dream of making an illustrated biography, a podcast, a website, or a beautiful full-color magazine, you can make it here.

  • $112 million

    pledged to publishing

  • 10,786

    successfully funded publishing projects

Copper Canyon Press

Copper Canyon Press

raised $103,640 from 1,443 backers for “The Lost Poems of Pablo Neruda.”

Farai Chideya

Farai Chideya

raised $36,172 from 193 backers for “Speaking the Future: The One with Farai Podcast.”

Debbie Fong

Debbie Fong

raised $1,217 from 72 backers for “Animals in Space: An Illustrated Zine.”

Technology

People come to Kickstarter to discover the future. Our community has helped engineers, startups, and makers launch innovative projects that routinely win awards at CES, earn a place on Time’s Inventions of the Year list — and even travel to space.

  • $579 million

    pledged to technology

  • 5,460

    successfully funded technology projects

Natasha Dzurny

Natasha Dzurny

raised $7,564 from 150 backers for “Electric Embellishments - DIY Light-Up Paper Flower Kits.”

Science Museum

Science Museum

raised $51,813 from 861 backers for “Rebuild Eric: The UK’s First Robot.”

Artiphon

Artiphon

raised $1,319,672 from 3,391 backers for “Introducing the Artiphon INSTRUMENT 1.”

Theater

Share your immersive theater piece with the world, revive an old play, bring your monologues to life, and so much more. Kickstarter-funded theater productions have premiered everywhere from local playhouses to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to the Kennedy Center.

  • $41 million

    pledged to theater

  • 6,132

    successfully funded theater projects

Third Rail Projects

Third Rail Projects

raised $8,902 from 169 backers for “Then She Fell.”

Off-Center

Off-Center

raised $40,284 from 364 backers for “Sweet & Lucky.”

Clayton Weller

Clayton Weller

raised $28,068 from 394 backers for “The Pocket Theater - No one should have to pay to perform!.”

Kickstarter is a vibrant community of people working together to bring new things to life.

Friends, fans, and inspired strangers have pledged $2.9 billion to projects on Kickstarter, funding everything from homemade postcards to Oscar-winning documentaries.

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2,666 Kickstarter projects have been successfully funded near you.

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  • 12.6 million people
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  • 4.0 million people
    have backed more than one project
  • 527 thousand people
    have backed ten or more projects

Create a project in any of the following categories

Art

From postcard paintings to large public murals, thousands of art projects have broken new ground, sparked meaningful dialogue, and given people the opportunity to share their work with the world.

  • $79 million

    pledged to art

  • 10,180

    successfully funded art projects

Chinati Foundation

Chinati Foundation

raised $101,130 from 567 backers for “Robert Irwin Project.”

a girl in salt lake city

a girl in salt lake city

raised $3,800 from 326 backers for “Acceptable Reasons to Cry in Public.”

Alec Soth

Alec Soth

raised $66,424 from 596 backers for “The Winnebago Workshop.”

Comics

Whether you work in ink or on the web, a Kickstarter project can get your work in the hands of your fans and on the shelves of your local comic shop.

  • $62 million

    pledged to comics

  • 4,792

    successfully funded comics projects

Tom Tomorrow

Tom Tomorrow

raised $310,538 from 3,098 backers for “25 Years of Tomorrow.”

Jamie Tanner

Jamie Tanner

raised $2,488 from 151 backers for “THE CONSUMPTIVE #1.”

Beyond Press

Beyond Press

raised $51,951 from 1,551 backers for “ELEMENTS: Fire.”

Crafts

From handcrafted furniture and paper goods to organic bed sheets and handknit dolls, creators use Kickstarter to bring their hobbies and most-DIY pieces to life.

  • $12 million

    pledged to crafts

  • 1,804

    successfully funded crafts projects

Benjamin Aroh

Benjamin Aroh

raised $53,978 from 933 backers for “The Wooden States of America.”

Nick Sandford

Nick Sandford

raised $32,939 from 471 backers for “Leaf & Clay: Handcrafted Succulent Pots.”

Büşra Todil

Büşra Todil

raised €22,182 from 312 backers for “NINDYAA — A New Kind of Bed Sheet, Beautifully Crafted..”

Dance

Young choreographers and established companies use Kickstarter to stage performances and showcase their work. Over 60% of Dance projects have been successfully funded — the most of any category.

  • $12 million

    pledged to dance

  • 2,174

    successfully funded dance projects

Cori Olinghouse

Cori Olinghouse

raised $5,738 from 170 backers for “Ghost line.”

More Art

More Art

raised $9,899 from 133 backers for “Clean Labor by Brendan Fernandes.”

Martha Graham Dance Company

Martha Graham Dance Company

raised $32,835 from 347 backers for “Martha Graham Dance Company Presents: The Next 90!.”

Design

From inventive products that become MoMA Design Store favorites to civic projects that revitalize public spaces across the globe, designers use Kickstarter to bring ambitious ideas to life.

  • $597 million

    pledged to design

  • 8,572

    successfully funded design projects

Urban Rivers

Urban Rivers

raised $28,984 from 368 backers for “Floating Gardens in the Chicago River.”

Vlad Dragusin + Candylab Toys

Vlad Dragusin + Candylab Toys

raised $122,264 from 1,113 backers for “Midcentury Americana - Awesome Wood Toys.”

Lomography

Lomography

raised $919,926 from 5,645 backers for “The Lomo'Instant Automat Camera.”

Fashion

Our dynamic community of designers, tailors, artisans, and archivists has raised more than $100M to bring fashion projects to life. Create something to help shape the future of independent design and wearable tech — and make fashion more ethical and transparent while you’re at it.

  • $111 million

    pledged to fashion

  • 4,600

    successfully funded fashion projects

MATRIARCH

MATRIARCH

raised $28,120 from 160 backers for “Menswear-inspired footwear for women, men & nonbinary folks..”

Zephyr Berlin

Zephyr Berlin

raised $12,728 from 64 backers for “Zephyr Berlin: pants that travel well and are built to last.”

Manuel Rappard

Manuel Rappard

raised $289,772 from 1,712 backers for “The Quarter Century Jacket | A 25 Year Guarantee.”

Film & Video

More than 150 Kickstarter-funded films have made theatrical debuts and thousands have played at festivals around the world — including a film that would go on to win an Academy Award. Shoot your first film, restore an old classic, or make your documentary feature debut.

  • $368 million

    pledged to film & video

  • 22,440

    successfully funded film & video projects

Sattya Media Arts Collective

Sattya Media Arts Collective

raised $1,518 from 32 backers for “Himalayan Cinema.”

Himalayan Cinema

Himalayan Cinema

raised $22,483 from 357 backers for “Always Shine Tribeca Film Festival World Premiere.”

Griffin Dunne

Griffin Dunne

raised $221,135 from 3,565 backers for “The Joan Didion Documentary.”

Food

Whether you’re a budding chef with big restaurant plans or a foodie with an amazing family recipe to share, a Kickstarter project can help bring your culinary dreams to life.

  • $111 million

    pledged to food

  • 5,505

    successfully funded food projects

Nora Painten

Dina Falconi And Wendy Holle Nora Paintennder

raised $24,282 from 284 backers for “Brownsville Student Farm Project.”

Amber Lambke

Amber Lambke

raised $30,889 from 309 backers for “Flour with the flavor of home.”

Carla Hall

Carla Hall

raised $264,704 from 1,550 backers for “Carla Hall's Southern Kitchen.”

Games

Whether you’re an aspiring game maker or a seasoned pro, Kickstarter gives game designers a platform to bring their boldest ideas to life. Our community has helped launch groundbreaking indie games, epic tabletop games, beloved revivals, and even a household name or two.

  • $613 million

    pledged to games

  • 10,112

    successfully funded games projects

Lay Waste Games LLC

Lay Waste Games LLC

raised $88,020 from 1,295 backers for “DRAGOON - The Action Strategy Game of Dragons!.”

Sensible Object

Sensible Object

raised £168,360 from 2,224 backers for “Fabulous Beasts - a new kind of game.”

Toby Fox

Toby Fox

raised $51,125 from 2,398 backers for “UnderTale.”

Journalism

From broadcast to print to photojournalism, Kickstarter has changed the way news gets made — and, more importantly, who gets to make it. Go on assignment, document a journey, publish editorial features, or chronicle current events through longform storytelling.

  • $11 million

    pledged to journalism

  • 926

    successfully funded journalism projects

Paul Salopek

Paul Salopek

raised $74,830 from 694 backers for “Out of Eden Walk: Year Five.”

Jacobin magazine

Jacobin magazine

raised $11,697 from 388 backers for “Class Action ... presented by the CTU's CORE and Jacobin..”

The Riveter Magazine

The Riveter Magazine

raised CA$ 35,815 from 552 backers for “The Riveter Magazine: Longform Storytelling by Women.”

Music

Whether you’re an unsigned musician or a career artist, Kickstarter connects creators with fans to help them bring amazing new albums, shows, and performances to life — together.

  • $191 million

    pledged to music

  • 25,003

    successfully funded music projects

Ozma Records

Ozma Records

raised $1,363,037 from 10,768 backers for “Voyager Golden Record: 40th Anniversary Edition.”

The Digital Wild

The Digital Wild

raised $5,224 from 63 backers for “The Digital Wild EP Release Promotion & Touring.”

De La Soul

De La Soul

raised $600,874 from 11,169 backers for “De La Soul ...and the Anonymous Nobody.”

Photography

Kickstarter-funded photography projects have helped budding photographers and renowned institutions alike grow their communities and gain exposure for their work. Create a book of your travel adventures, share a portrait series, host an exhibition, and even show people how to develop their own film.

  • $33 million

    pledged to photography

  • 3,022

    successfully funded photography projects

Jean-Paul Bourdier

Jean-Paul Bourdier

raised $11,870 from 181 backers for “Leap Into The Blue // Photography Book.”

Aperture Foundation

Aperture Foundation

raised $80,943 from 885 backers for “Touching Strangers: Photographs by Richard Renaldi.”

Kelly Angood

Kelly Angood

raised $35,164 from 881 backers for “The Pop-Up Pinhole Project.”

Publishing

From anthologies to zines and everything in between, writers and creators can find readers and listeners for their work on Kickstarter. Whether you dream of making an illustrated biography, a podcast, a website, or a beautiful full-color magazine, you can make it here.

  • $112 million

    pledged to publishing

  • 10,786

    successfully funded publishing projects

Copper Canyon Press

Copper Canyon Press

raised $103,640 from 1,443 backers for “The Lost Poems of Pablo Neruda.”

Farai Chideya

Farai Chideya

raised $36,172 from 193 backers for “Speaking the Future: The One with Farai Podcast.”

Debbie Fong

Debbie Fong

raised $1,217 from 72 backers for “Animals in Space: An Illustrated Zine.”

Technology

People come to Kickstarter to discover the future. Our community has helped engineers, startups, and makers launch innovative projects that routinely win awards at CES, earn a place on Time’s Inventions of the Year list — and even travel to space.

  • $579 million

    pledged to technology

  • 5,460

    successfully funded technology projects

Natasha Dzurny

Natasha Dzurny

raised $7,564 from 150 backers for “Electric Embellishments - DIY Light-Up Paper Flower Kits.”

Science Museum

Science Museum

raised $51,813 from 861 backers for “Rebuild Eric: The UK’s First Robot.”

Artiphon

Artiphon

raised $1,319,672 from 3,391 backers for “Introducing the Artiphon INSTRUMENT 1.”

Theater

Share your immersive theater piece with the world, revive an old play, bring your monologues to life, and so much more. Kickstarter-funded theater productions have premiered everywhere from local playhouses to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to the Kennedy Center.

  • $41 million

    pledged to theater

  • 6,132

    successfully funded theater projects

Third Rail Projects

Third Rail Projects

raised $8,902 from 169 backers for “Then She Fell.”

Off-Center

Off-Center

raised $40,284 from 364 backers for “Sweet & Lucky.”

Clayton Weller

Clayton Weller

raised $28,068 from 394 backers for “The Pocket Theater - No one should have to pay to perform!.”

A Kickstarter project does more than raise money.
It builds community around your work.

“Kickstarter creates a community of people interested in what you’re doing, and the community that’s created is important.”

Braxton Pope

Braxton Pope

raised $159,015 from 1,050 backers

“The community we have all built in the past 30 days has been the greatest surprise.”

Ian Wiley

Ian Wiley

raised $14,385 from 97 backers

“Kickstarter has been a powerful tool to connect with a community passionate about our work.”

Jesse Genet

Jesse Genet

raised $13,597 from 188 backers

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  • Kickstarter is just for creative projects.

    We built Kickstarter as a tool for artists, designers, makers, musicians, and creative people everywhere. We’re proud to be the only platform that’s fully dedicated to building community around creative projects.

  • All-or-nothing funding works.

    Kickstarter’s all-or-nothing model allows you to choose a funding goal and a set number of days to reach that goal. This way, you don’t get stuck without enough funds to realize your project. It also gives backers incentive to pledge more to help you reach your goal.

  • Our community wants to support you.

    Millions of backers agree — helping to create something new is exciting. People love peeking behind the creative curtain and directly supporting the creative process. In fact, 12.5 million people have pledged more than $2.88 billion to bring Kickstarter projects to life over the years.

  • Kickstarter is growing and improving every day.

    Every day, new creators and backers join the Kickstarter community. And here at Kickstarter HQ, we’re always listening to find out how we can help creators better leverage our platform. We offer helpful resources like our creator handbook, our tips blog, and Campus — our Q&A space for creators — plus tools like Kickstarter Live for connecting with your community through live video.

  • What can I use Kickstarter to fund?

    Kickstarter is specifically for creative projects in the following categories: Art, Comics, Crafts, Dance, Design, Fashion, Film & Video, Food, Games, Journalism, Music, Photography, Publishing, Technology, and Theater. Make an album, write a book, create an immersive theater experience, score a film — you name it. Read more about our project guidelines.

  • Where is Kickstarter available?

    Anyone, anywhere can pledge to a project with a major credit card or debit card.

    Anyone in the following countries can start a project: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, Spain, France, the UK, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Sweden, Singapore, or the US. Learn more

  • Who can I get pledges from?

    Millions of people visit Kickstarter every week, but support always begins with people you know. Friends, fans, and the communities you’re a part of will likely be some of your earliest supporters, not to mention your biggest resources for spreading the word about your project.

  • Does Kickstarter screen projects?

    We review projects before they launch to make sure they meet our requirements, and this may take up to three days.

  • What is Kickstarter’s fee?

    If a project is successfully funded, Kickstarter collects a 5% fee from the final funding total. If a project is not successfully funded, no fees are collected.

    Stripe, our payments partner, collects and processes Kickstarter pledges, and their payment processing fees work out to roughly 3-5%. See a detailed fees breakdown here.

    Note: As a Kickstarter creator you keep 100% control over your work, which means you’ll never have to give up ownership to Kickstarter or your backers.

  • How can I get my project featured as a Project We Love?

    Projects We Love is a collection of projects that do an exceptional job of using Kickstarter, whether through a well-executed video, extra thoughtful rewards, or an extremely compelling story. Our team handpicks each project, recognizing creators for the work they’ve put into making a one-of-a-kind project page. You can find more tips about how to get featured here.

  • How much work is it to run a project?

    Every Kickstarter project has its share of exhilarating and challenging moments, but the amount of work generally depends on the size and complexity of the project.

    Expect the first few days after launch to be very busy as you spread the word to your community, answer questions from potential backers, and more. You may need to spend the last few days rallying your social networks in order to reach your funding goal.

    Projects sometimes take on a life of their own, and in that case you should expect to spend more time creating and fulfilling rewards.

  • Do I have to make a video?

    Though videos are not required, we strongly encourage making one. More than 80% of projects have videos, and projects that don’t tend to have a lower chance of being successful. To show you how easy it is to make a video, we made a fun how-to, just for you. Watch “How to Make An Awesome Video”

  • What happens if I get funded?

    First, your backers' cards are charged and then after about two weeks funds will be sent to your bank account from our payments processor, Stripe. The rest is up to you.

    As you work, post updates for backers when you have big news or just to check in. Backers love hearing from creators and they appreciate progress reports, even when things aren’t going so well.

    When rewards are ready, our survey tool will help you get all the info you need from each backer — mailing address, t-shirt size, color preference, etc. Ask friends to help package rewards and then mail them out with love.

  • What happens if I don’t get funded?

    If your project does not reach its funding goal, backers will not be charged and money will not be collected or distributed. Even if your project doesn’t get funded, you’ll still get useful feedback from the experience and often find a new audience for your work. You’re always welcome to re-launch your project on Kickstarter and apply what you’ve learned from your first project.

  • How do I get in touch with questions?
    You can reach out with your questions through this contact form. We also recommend taking a look at our FAQs for more detailed information, along with the creator handbook for guidance on starting and running a project.

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