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    Polymakr: Entirely New Materials for Desktop 3D Printing by Polymakr

    Polymakr brings to you 3 entirely new printing materials that greatly extend what you can do with your desktop 3D printer.

    Successful!
    • 403% funded
    • $100,999 pledged
    • Funded

    Ryan Mather '15/ID a member of the Polymakr team has both polymer science and industrial design. Ryan has done most of the design and branding work & is also responsible for developing geometries and methods to test the printability of all the materials Polymakr develops.

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    RA Reflective: 360 Reflective Performance for Men and Women by Elton King

    We saw the options for affordable area-reflective clothing, and knew we could do better, so we did.

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    • 298% funded
    • $29,835 pledged
    • Funded

    Kisa Shiga '14/AP and her colleagues have developed a collection of super bright and affordable personal reflective clothing. RA Reflective combines safety and affordability. This is where fashion meets function!

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    RISD Senior Thesis Glass Show by Senior Glass Thesis

    11 seniors, 1 dream. Help support the glass seniors raise money for their final thesis show at the Rhode Island School of Design!

    • 100% funded
    • $7,055 pledged
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    The 11 Seniors (Emmett, Hunter, Mack, Cait, Ruby, Jes, Gayle, Anna, Megan, Hilary & Eliza) of the RISD Glass department need your help to show the world what they've got. Give to this Kickstarter campaign while it’s hot! Don’t “blow” a chance to be part of this project.

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    Iron and Blood by Zen Endo

    A new line of men's accessories inspired by an industrial aesthetic and designed with the goal of making a guy stand out.

    • 141% funded
    • $10,610 pledged
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    The Endo brothers, Zen and Miles '11/ID are launching a new line of men's accessories, Iron and Blood. The line is inspired by an industrial aesthetic and designed with the goal of making a guy stand out. Miles is currently running Studio Endo. Give till it hurts!!

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    Model Citizen: Merino basics for the modern lifestyle. by Joshua Weinberg

    Model Citizen makes clothes for more than just the journey. Hot or rainy bike rides, lecture or concert halls, we've got you covered.

    • 84% funded
    • $12,628 pledged
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    Model Citizen makes clothes for more than just the journey. Hot or rainy bike rides, lecture or concert halls, we've got you covered. Model Citizen, founded by Joshua Weinberg '09/BFA Architecture, with a focus on uncompromising fit & finish, and a desire to offer quality goods.

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    RUMSPRINGA // A Traveling Artist Residency and Photo Book by Kimberly Sikora

    A photographic chronicle of the desire to know ourselves through the journeys we take.

    • 115% funded
    • $8,082 pledged
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    Kimberly Sikora '07/PH needs your assistance in launching RUMSPRINGA // A Traveling Artist Residency and Photo Book. Rumspringas are journeys, taken to help better understand the outside world, and our interior emotional worlds as well. Help Kim move forward by donating today!

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    NH Panorama Covered Bridges by John Anderson

    Showing the structure, place and space of NH covered bridges through 360° HDR panoramas

    • 23% funded
    • $695 pledged
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    You have never seen photographs like these before. An artistic and technical challenge to show every beam inside in relationship to the landscape outside. John Anderson '90/PH of New Hampshire is turning his camera on the new, and historic covered bridges through out the state.

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    CL81 - an 8X10 sheet film processing reel by CatLABS

    The CatLABS CL81 is a simple, easy to use, low-cost alternative for processing 8X10 sheet film in daylight tanks.

    Successful!
    • 134% funded
    • $7,387 pledged
    • Funded

    Coming off one successful Kickstarter Project, Omer Hecht '11/MFA PH is seeking your support for the production of the CL81. With your support CatLABS is committed to creating something new and exciting for an amazing community of film photographers worldwide. Snap to it!

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    Angkor's Children by Lauren Shaw

    Angkor’s Children is a film about Cambodia’s cultural and artistic renaissance told through the voices of three young Cambodian women.

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    • 117% funded
    • $23,595 pledged
    • Funded

    Angkor’s Children by Lauren Shaw '72, MFA/Photo is a film about Cambodia’s cultural and artistic renaissance told through the voices of three young Cambodian women.Do you part in helping heal the wounds left by a genocide of artists.

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    Tangram States Posters by Midnight Umbrella

    Love maps? Love geometry? Great! We want to send our colorful Tangram States posters off to the presses!

    Successful!
    • 148% funded
    • $8,930 pledged
    • Funded

    Love maps? Love geometry? Great! Ryan Arruda '10/MFA GD wants to send his colorful Tangram States posters off to the presses but needs your assistance. Ryan hopes you'll join him on this poster adventure extravaganza!

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    La Maison Royale - Thesis Film by Brandon Tyson

    My RISD Thesis Live-Action Film

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    • 116% funded
    • $5,835 pledged
    • Funded

    Brandon Tyson '14/FAV needs your help to bring his RISD Senior Thesis live action film to the screen! The film is an emotional and surreal story of a bribery that quickly turns to uncertainty, all taking place at a motel right before dawn's gray-blue arrival. Support it now!

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    The Skinny Fries Left Over by Esther Hayes

    A young woman’s contentment with her life is challenged by the short visit of a childhood friend.

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    • 104% funded
    • $6,790 pledged
    • Funded

    Esther Hayes '14/FAV, thinks that trying to accept the discomfort inherent in the uncertainty of life is a feeling that is relevant to many ages and situations. The Skinny Fries Left Over is a story of how we all feel about life. Help Esther bring this film to fruition!

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    Sunflower by Edward Choi

    "Sunflower" is a short film about an old man named Charles, who reminisces life through memories at a hospital.

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    • 102% funded
    • $4,302 pledged
    • Funded

    Edward Choi's ’14/FAV, film, “Sunflower" is inspired by a simple conversation between his grandparents who suffered Alzheimer's. This film project got him thinking, what if Alzheimer's is not an illness, but a last gift before passing away? Support Edward's campaign today!

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    Papersafe: #01 'Sage' by CatLABS

    A new independent publication, published 3 times a year, dedicated to analog photography. Edited by Trevor Powers published by CatLABS

    Successful!
    • 665% funded
    • $1,325 pledged
    • Funded

    Papersafe, a new independent publication, published 3 times a year, dedicated to analog photography is a creation by Omer Hecht '11/MFA PH. With your support CatLABS is committed to creating something new and exciting for an amazing community of film photographers worldwide.

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    After Ella by Marie-Emmanuelle Hartness

    After Ella is a short fiction film exploring love, loss and art. INVITED TO THE BERLINALE TALENTS 2014!

    Successful!
    • 111% funded
    • $10,247 pledged
    • Funded

    Nick Fuhr '98/SC,
    Rebecca Walsh '99/IL and Landscape Architecture Faculty member, Andrew Hartness are members of the team who is producing After Ella. After Ella is a journey, an experience, and one that the team hopes you will be a part of. Support this project today!

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    "BROOKLYN illustrated MAP " 24" x 36" by Aaron Meshon by Aaron Meshon

    A 24" x 36" poster tribute to my home: BROOKLYN!

    Successful!
    • 200% funded
    • $5,003 pledged
    • Funded

    What's Up Brooklyn? Have you always wanted a super cool illustrated map repping the best borough in NYC? If the answer is yes, you are going to want to support Aaron Meshon '95/IL and get your hands on this one of kind Brooklyn poster and show your love of Brooklyn to the world

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    The Palladium Gun: Rubber Band Gun by Nikolas Bentel Designs LLC

    A redesigned rubber band gun for use in the office, at home or on the playground. Hours of fun!

    Successful!
    • 104% funded
    • $5,230 pledged
    • Funded

    Nikolas Bentel '17 a Brown RISD dual degree student studying ID at RISD is hoping you band together to help him raise the funds needed to produce his take on the classic rubber band gun! Snap to it and support Nik and The Palladium Gun project!

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    Pocketful of Posies by LauraBeth Rodzinak

    Pocketful of Posies is a short horror anthology with tales from a quiet ghost story dealing with loss, to a trippy creature fest.

    Successful!
    • 103% funded
    • $6,696 pledged
    • Funded

    LauraBeth Rodzniak '14/FAV wants you to think of her senior film, Pocketful of Posies, as an adult bedtime story.... full of supernatural figures, monsters, and even some lessons to be learned! Laura needs your help to raise the funds necessary to complete this amazing film!

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    Daguerreotype & Ambrotype Inspired Mirror & Glass iPrints by Nathaniel Park

    19th-century photographic processes re-imagined for the 21st century.

    Successful!
    • 107% funded
    • $32,237 pledged
    • Funded

    Daria Polichetti Park '98/PT wants to make things like they used to! Working with digital artists, she discovered an interesting combination of new technology with an older, more traditional aesthetic. In essence, 19th-century photographic processes updated for the 21st century.

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    ACTON M Scooter by Peter Treadway + ACTON

    An innovative, folding sit/stand scooter. Easy to ride for leisure, commuting, or at work. Super compact; fits in your closet or trunk.

    Successful!
    • 130% funded
    • $71,982 pledged
    • Funded

    ACTON, makers of the SPNKiX “Rocket Skates”, has launched its latest innovation in personal mobility, the M Scooter. The ACTON M Scooter is a stylish and captivating 3 wheel electric scooter that can be ridden standing up or sitting down developed by Peter Treadway '96/ID.

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    SEED: The Untold Story - The Final Push by Collective Eye Films

    Inspiring documentary unearths the dramatic story of seeds. From creators of QUEEN OF THE SUN & REAL DIRT ON FARMER JOHN.

    Successful!
    • 112% funded
    • $95,485 pledged
    • Funded

    SEED will reveal the awe, wonder and hidden beauty of seeds. Jon Betz '08/FAV, Director/Producer and his team have spent the last year filming an extraordinary cast of characters passionately dedicated to saving our planet’s seed diversity. Help get the story told!!

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    Noble Savages: An Artist Book on Hemp Sculptures by Marguerite Kahrl

    A unique artist book documenting the context, process and craft behind a series of hemp sculptures called Noble Savages.

    Successful!
    • 137% funded
    • $6,856 pledged
    • Funded

    Marguerite Kahrl '95/MFA SC is creating a unique artist book which documents the context, process and craft behind a series of hemp sculptures called Noble Savages. She hopes you will be able to contribute to the project or simply pass along the link.

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    DYSCOURSE: Survivors, Choose Wisely. by Owlchemy Labs

    A PC survival game like you’ve never seen. Emergent story, group psychology, and the struggle to endure, in the absurd Owlchemy style.

    Successful!
    • 110% funded
    • $44,134 pledged
    • Funded

    Carrie Witt '12/IL and Owlchemy Labs has created Dyscourse, a PC survival game like we've never seen. Dyscourse focuses on the interactions, tough decisions, bonds, and betrayals of a small group of survivors. Help Rita endure!

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    Nest Homeware: A cast iron collection for the kitchen by Matt Cavallaro

    Beautiful, smooth surfaced, cast iron cookware. Made in the USA.

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    • 197% funded
    • $35,530 pledged
    • Funded

    This is the first kitchen and dining collection from Matt Cavallaro's '10/ID company, Nest Homeware. He is so excited to launch, but needs your help to be able to do his first production run. Nest is about building a "home" and more than just eating, but eating together!

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    Cut/Once™ – Heirloom Ruler by materious

    The wooden ruler re-imagined. More function, beauty, & meaning. Carpenter-inspired. Eco-sensitive. Made in USA. (Pat. Pend.)

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    • 306% funded
    • $16,874 pledged
    • Funded

    Stephanie '00/MID and Bruce Tharp are award-winning, Chicago-based product designers and educators who are re-imagining the wood ruler. A carpenter inspired, eco-sensitive piece with more function, beauty and meaning. Please support Cut/Once, the Heirloom Ruler.

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    Makeshift Society: Coworking and Community in Brooklyn by Rena Tom

    We're building a clubhouse for creative freelancers. Help us make shi(f)t happen in New York – LAST DAY!

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    • 106% funded
    • $31,905 pledged
    • Funded

    Bryan Boyer '04/INTAR and the team from Makeshift Society is building a clubhouse in Brooklyn for creative freelancers to learn, work, play and think together. This innovative workspace creates an environment of collaboration for all involved! Help make shi(f)t happen in NYC!

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    Through the Trees: An Interactive, Public Art Installation by Nick Pfaff & Hannah Plotke

    Public art installation in conjunction with ArtSpace Gallery; a platform to discuss, unify and react to gun violence in our community.

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    • 100% funded
    • $2,000 pledged
    • Funded

    Through the Trees, developed by Hannah Plotke '11/PT, is a public, interactive art installation in New Haven, CT. The site functions as a place for remembrance & memorialization & creates a platform to engage & react to gun violence in the community. Hannah needs your support!

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    babyDEGEN knitwear for babies by Lindsay Degen

    Help support Lindsay Degen's first collection of American made knitwear for cool & funky babies!

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    • 100% funded
    • $10,036 pledged
    • Funded

    With the recent launch of the babyDEGEN website, Lindsay Degen '10/TX found that there are certain materials and finishing touches that need to be integrated into their process. This Kickstarter will give babyDEGEN the extra funding to create an efficient online store & company.

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    I See. You See. We ALL See! Board Book for Little Four Eyes by Allison Joyce

    Board book geared toward babies and toddlers to encourage little ones to wear glasses. A challenging concept at this young age!

    Successful!
    • 100% funded
    • $9,793 pledged
    • Funded

    Amanda Beard '12/IL has teamed up with Allison Joyce to illustrate a board book geared toward babies and toddlers to encourage little ones to wear glasses. A challenging concept at this young age but one that they are tackling with this Kickstarter campaign.

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    Ocean Driven by Aurelia Productions

    An ocean pioneer comes of age while braving huge waves and redefining "possible".

    Successful!
    • 105% funded
    • $2,108 pledged
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    Ocean Driven is a gripping and unforgettable true story about perseverance that guides viewers of all ages to believe in & follow their dreams. Nadia Tarlow '95/PT wants to share the coming of age story about a champion South African big wave surfer who redefines possible.

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    SEW GOOD: A Textile Arts Residency by Amanda Hu

    Help Amanda attend a 9-month textile artists residency at the Textile Arts Center in Brooklyn, New York!

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    • 100% funded
    • $3,500 pledged
    • Funded

    Help Amanda Hu '13 MFA in Printmaking attend a 9-month textile artists residency at the Textile Arts Center in Brooklyn, New York!

    Amanda wants to explore the interesting relationship and dialogue that occurs between print media and textile arts.

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    Books: A Documentary - Take 2 by Studio Seven7 Films

    This past August over 300,000 antiquarian books from Larry McMurtry's Booked Up were sold at auction: This is the story of those Books.

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    • 120% funded
    • $12,050 pledged
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    In August 2012, Larry McMurtry’s Booked Up Inc. auctioned over 300,000 antiquarian books shelved within the bookstore's four large buildings in the small oil patch town of Archer City, Texas. Sara Osana '05/MIA wants to tell the story of those books through Books: a documentary.

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    The Moth and the Sun by Gary Bernard

    The Moth and the Sun, is a book in English, French and Spanish about a moth’s flight around Paris. It makes dreams come true...

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    • 103% funded
    • $10,346 pledged
    • Funded

    The Moth and the Sun, is a story about a moth’s flight around Paris. As it flies, it struggles to realize its dream, while questioning and doubting itself. Gary Bernard '90/IL wants to the blank last pages of the book to life with your support. Let the magic abound!

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    Bring Artists to Bottle Rocket Gallery by Sarah Leflar and Kat Wilson

    BRG is a non-profit gallery in Arkansas that shows artists from outside the state whose work would otherwise have no venue in the area

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    • 104% funded
    • $6,775 pledged
    • Funded

    We are Arkansas artists Kat Wilson and Sarah Leflar '88/MFS SC who are opening Bottle Rocket Gallery. A non-profit gallery, Bottle Rocket will show artists from outside AR whose work can be described as controversial, confrontational or in some way challenging for the viewer.

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    Zombabiez by Stephanie Davidson

    Zombabiez: The disgustingly adorable torso-only-zombie Halloween costume for babies.

    Successful!
    • 135% funded
    • $13,096 pledged
    • Funded

    Support Zombabiez: The disgustingly adorable torso-only-zombie Halloween costume for babies. All of the money that is raised on Kickstarter will go into the manufacturing, distribution, marketing and development of the Zombabiez costume created by Stephanie Davidson '10/IL.

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    Lords & Ladies - a game of Legacy, Gossip and Intrigue by JCorace

    Build an aristocratic family's legacy through marriage,hiring servants,having children while crushing rivals with gossip and betrayal.

    Successful!
    • 164% funded
    • $26,274 pledged
    • Funded

    Lords & Ladies is a new card game where you control a turn-of-the-20th-century noble family & their servants. The game is inspired Jen Corace '96/IL & her brother Jason's love of period dramas like Upstairs Downstairs & of course Downton Abbey.

    Create your own drama!

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    The Domestic Menagerie by Michael Lauritano

    A collection of illustrated works on paper that combines animals and vintage household ephemera.

    Successful!
    • 146% funded
    • $5,139 pledged
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    The Domestic Menagerie is a collection of illustrated works on paper that combines animals and vintage household ephemera by RISD Illustration (2007) grad Michael Lauritano. Don't miss out on an opportunity to support this project.

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    Henrietta Bulkowski by Rachel Johnson

    A new stopmotion short about a young woman's journey to overcome her limitations and see her dreams take flight.

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    • 176% funded
    • $70,575 pledged
    • Funded

    Rachel Johnson '99/PH just launched Lift Animation, in LA. Lift is a women-run animation company that aims to make unique & unconventional female protagonists the heroes their work. Help them complete their 1st short film, Henrietta Bulkowski & launch Lift to new horizons!

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    Maresca Textiles to Sample Fabric Yardage in the US! by Kathryn Maresca

    Maresca Textiles is ready to grow and offer yardage to designers, a market that's been requesting yardage since our first publication.

    Successful!
    • 116% funded
    • $4,679 pledged
    • Funded

    Maresca Textiles (Kathryn Maresca '07/TX) is ready to grow and offer yardage to designers, a market that's been requesting it since their 1st publication.The money pledged to Kickstarter will go toward the initial setup and sampling costs required by the mill to get started.

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    "In Their Own Words" A painting exhibition event by N. Bond by Nathan Bond

    A show of my new series of large, oil painted portraits "In Their Own Words", exhibited with an emphasis on accessibility to the art .

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    • 106% funded
    • $17,053 pledged
    • Funded

    Often feel like most art is out of reach? Not really accessible to the masses? If so this Kickstarter project is right for you. Support Nathan Bond's '95/IL quest to host an exhibition of his latest work, "In Their Own Words". Share in his experience and passion!

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    DOE 2 MEXICO by Doreen Garner

    Help me attend a glass artist residency at the Gorilla Glass Studio to create new work in OAXACA MEXICO!!!!

    Successful!
    • 195% funded
    • $2,925 pledged
    • Funded

    Help Doreen Garner'14, MFA in Glass attend a glass artist residency at the Gorilla Glass studio and exhibit the work she creates during the residency at the Gorilla Gallery this August! The Gorilla is an alternative space that focuses on artists working with glass and ceramics.

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    TECHSTYLE HAUS - Solar Decathlon Europe 2014 by TECHSTYLE HAUS

    TECHSTYLE HAUS is the first Solar Decathlon entry to use high performance textiles that insulate and capture solar energy.

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    • 110% funded
    • $16,614 pledged
    • Funded

    Your support will help to fund student workshops & building costs as the Solar Decathlon Team from RISD (18 students), Brown and the University for Applied Sciences in Erfurt, Germany design and build TECHSTYLE HAUS, a joint entry to the Solar Decathlon Europe 2014 competition.

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    Couture collection shown in SAN FRANCISCO gallery by Abbey Glass

    I am a fashion designer based in Atlanta, GA working on a collaborative collection with an amazing San Francisco based painter!

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    • 122% funded
    • $6,115 pledged
    • Funded

    Abbey Glass'12/AP is now working on a collaborative couture dress collection with an inspiring San Francisco based painter. After 6 months of hard work & concept building, she landed a show at a famed SF gallery. What a dream! Your contributions will make the dream a reality!

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    STEAM Carnival by Two Bit Circus

    The carnival reimagined with robots, fire, and lasers to inspire young inventors in science, technology, engineering, art, and math

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    • 102% funded
    • $102,699 pledged
    • Funded

    Hector Alvarez '02/ID, Creative Director of Two Bit Circus brings you, The STEAM Carnival. A modern traveling carnival unlike any you've ever seen. STEAM Carnival re-imagines amusement with things like lasers, robots & electricity to inspire young inventors in STEAM!

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    Outpost Journal 3: Kansas City, MO by Outpost Journal

    Outpost is an annual, non-profit print publication on art and arts-based activism from traditionally underexposed cities.

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    • 104% funded
    • $5,231 pledged
    • Funded

    Co-editor, Pete Oyler '09 MFA, FD & Design Diretcor, Jay Peter Salvas'02 MFA/GD bring you another addition of Outpost. Outpost is an annual, non-profit print publication on art and arts-based activism from traditionally underexposed cities, like Kansas City, MO.

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    Photographing the White Mountain National Forest by John Anderson

    Art created in the White Mountain National Forest by the Artist in Residence.

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    • 105% funded
    • $5,255 pledged
    • Funded

    The Majestic Beauty of the White Mountain National Forest will be explored by John Anderson '90 PH through an Artist in Residency program through the US Forest Service and the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire.

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    Chug-A-Lug by Freyja Thayer & Gibb Brownlie

    The Chug-A-Lug is a leather cozy that slides snuggly onto a mason jar. It's purpose: replace disposable to go cups and plastic bottles.

    Successful!
    • 103% funded
    • $20,674 pledged
    • Funded

    Now a days it is super hard to find both fashion & function in anything we buy. Freyja Thayer (BFA, FD) and Gibb Brownlie (MFA, Sculpture) are about to change that! The Chug-A-Lug is a series of leather cozys w/ a purpose: replace disposable to go cups & plastic bottles.

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    The Observatory Project by Trans-Mission

    19th Century Space Observatory taken over by Artists, Musicians and Scientists for an Exhibition Exploring Observation and Imagination

    Successful!
    • 101% funded
    • $7,116 pledged
    • Funded

    A diverse group of collaborators (many of whom are affiliated with RISD) led by Mikhail Mansion'11, D+M & RISD faculty member, are building a site-specific exhibit at the Ladd Observatory. The goal is to use multiple mediums to highlight multiple notions of observation.

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    "Had I been Raised in the Village..." L.A. Exhibition by Duhirwe Rushemeza

    Taking my work from New York to Los Angeles to exhibit in my first one-woman show on the West Coast!

    Successful!
    • 120% funded
    • $15,012 pledged
    • Funded

    Duhirwe Rushemeza "11/MFA PM has been invited to have her first one-woman show with Reginald Ingraham gallery in LA. IThe exhibition is titled, "Had I Been Raised In the Village. In order to share her work with the West Coast, she needs your help getting it there!

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    HIGH HEAVENS, the board game where gods battle in the skies! by Ryan Lesser

    Pit the ancient Norse, Greek and Egyptian deities and demigods against each other in grid-based battle. A tactical card and board game.

    Successful!
    • 168% funded
    • $66,610 pledged
    • Funded

    Created by award-winning video game industry veteran Ryan Lesser '93/FAV (Guitar Hero, Rock Band,Dance Central...), HIGH HEAVENS is a 2-player, expandable board game that utilizes lessons learned from 15 years of video game creation and a lifetime of playing board games.

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    LYK and Bear #1 by Ray Sumser

    A hungry kitten and teddy bear search for their lost lizard lady-friend in this all-ages adventure. Download the debut comic for $1.

    Successful!
    • 118% funded
    • $3,557 pledged
    • Funded

    He's back! Ray Sumser '07/PT/FAV returns to Kickstarter with his first full-length original comic book intended for all-ages, this comic world was built out around accessable characters in the hopes that fans could play out adventures with readily available props.

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    The Storytime Toys Fairytale House Collection by Kara Dyer and Sara Argue

    Toy houses and storybooks based on classic fairytales. Reading and playing under one roof!

    Successful!
    • 169% funded
    • $33,871 pledged
    • Funded

    RISD graduate Sara Argue is art director of Storytime Toys. Argue, who graduated from RISD with a BFA in illustration in 2005, teamed up with friend and MIT-trained engineer Kara Meredith Dyer to conceive and create the line of dollhouses. A Toy House that's just right!

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    Aluminum & Bamboo Bicycle by Aluboo Bikes

    A bamboo do-anything bike with unsurpassed ride quality.

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    • 204% funded
    • $102,065 pledged
    • Funded

    Join Drew Haugen, Nick Frey and James Wolf '91/ID on this unsurpassed ride with Boo Bikes! These custom made Bamboo bikes are super green, super strong and super cool. This Kickstarter project is like "Whoa". Check it out and join the ride!

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    Desk Rail - A fresh take on desk organization by Desk Rail

    Desk Rail is a stylish and functional desk accessory designed to keep everything organized right at your fingertips.

    Successful!
    • 186% funded
    • $24,287 pledged
    • Funded

    Cluttered desk, kitchen table, or dresser? Adrian Taylor '00/GD & business partner Aaron vom Eigen'00/ID have created the perfect solution to your nagging disorganization, Desk Rail. Desk Rail provides both Fashion & Function!

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    Why We Ride by Patrick Brady

    "Why We Ride" is a collection of my best writing on cycling and the cycling life.

    Successful!
    • 130% funded
    • $26,071 pledged
    • Funded

    Norman Clayton '90/GD fondly recalls the RISD type shop as the place where his passions came to life: paper, printing, typograhphy, etc. All of those amazing talents come to life in "Why We Ride", the ultimate book about cycling.

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    The ‘Binah’ Comics & Solilians 7-Inch Vinyl by Ben Malkin & Ian Densford

    A super-powers tale sans violence, about a woman sick of all the insanity and nuclear posturing surrounding her homeland.

    Successful!
    • 128% funded
    • $3,215 pledged
    • Funded

    The comic book ‘Binah’ is a collaboration between the illustrator Ian Densford'06/FAV and the writer Ben Malkin. The book touches on topics of civil unrest and pending nuclear war, issues which bear significance these days. Topics we all should support!

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    ‘Material Evidence’ Production Residency by Melissa Gordon

    Help me make the most of a printmaking residency to create new work for my first solo show in a British public gallery this summer.

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    • 111% funded
    • £4,478 pledged
    • Funded

    Melissa Gordon '03 PT & PM is requesting your help to make the most of a printmaking residency she has completed. Her goal is to create new work for her first solo show in a British public gallery this summer. "Evidence" of your support of Melissa is through supporting this!

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    Drunks and Dragons Podcast by Michael DiMauro

    Support The Drunks & Dragons podcast and we will create 50 episodes in 2013. Get some cool loot or even play a session with us.

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    • 1,069% funded
    • $10,693 pledged
    • Funded

    Now is your chance to raise a glass in support of Michael DiMauro '96/IL by giving to his Drunks & Dragons Kickstarter Project. Your participation comes with some amazing loot as well! Don't miss out...

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    Paradesi by Namrata Desai

    An Indian-American girl who struggles to connect with her culture and finds clarity through her strange cousin from India

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    • 103% funded
    • $3,626 pledged
    • Funded

    PARADESI: The moving story of n Indian-American girl who struggles to connect with her culture and finds clarity through her strange cousin from India. You too can connect with this story by supporting Namrata Desai '13/GD &FAV in her quest to fund her Senior Degree Project!

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    The Cable Car Cinema and Cafe: Digital Transition by Daniel Julius Kamil & Emily Steffian

    The Cable Car Cinema needs to upgrade to a DCI compliant digital projection system for its film programming to remain relevant.

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    • 112% funded
    • $54,581 pledged
    • Funded

    Emily Steffian'10 /MID co-owner of the popular, Cable Car Cinema & Cafe is seeking your support to upgrade to a DCI compliant digital projection system. Your support will allow this RI Cultural landmark to continue offering a diversity of films. Don't let the screen go dark!

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    THE NEEDS OF KIM STANLEY needs you! by Dani Minnick and Melanie Jones

    Discover Kim Stanley, unforgettable actress, extraordinary teacher, fearless explorer of the human soul.

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    • 104% funded
    • $27,581 pledged
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    Discover Kim Stanley, unforgettable actress, extraordinary teacher, and fearless explorer of what it means to be human in "The Needs of Kim Stanley". The film is edited and co-directed by Alessandro Zezza '89/ID. Take the leap of faith and share the passion behind this film!

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    touch : the vista sans wood type project book by Tricia Treacy & Ashley John Pigford

    Limited edition art book of experimental typography & printmaking techniques by 21 emerging international letterpress artists & studios

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    • 106% funded
    • $18,062 pledged
    • Funded

    Don't miss out! By not supporting this kickstarter project by Ashley John Pigford '06/MFA GD, you might be considered out of "touch". Touch: a limited edition art book of experimental typography & printmaking techniques by 21 emerging international letterpress artists/studios

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    RISD "Cabaret" by Victoria Haynes

    Life is a Cabaret, Old Chum! Lets make Theater happen at RISD!

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    • 137% funded
    • $2,066 pledged
    • Funded

    "Don't Tell Mama" that the RISD Exhibitionists are currently fundraising for their up coming production of "Cabaret" the musical. "It Couldn't Please Me More" than to know you are supporting this Kickstarter project. We all know that Life is a Cabaret!

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    A Savory Story by Brett Van Egmond

    A short film about a Hotdog Man who is expiring. On his last day, he finally puts aside his fears of discovery, and asks a girl out.

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    • 108% funded
    • $3,259 pledged
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    "Hot Dog!!" Join footlong aficionados across the world who are supporting Brett Van Egmond's '13/FAV Senior Film. A Savory Story is a dark comedy about a hotdog man named Jake, living a repressed life, avoiding close relationships for fear of his secret being discovered.

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    Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook by Dina Falconi and Wendy Hollender

    Identify wild edible plants with instructive, botanical illustrations; Harvest & cook them into delicious food with our recipes.

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    • 460% funded
    • $115,026 pledged
    • Funded

    Feast your eyes on this Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook illustrated by Wendy Hollender '76/TX. This guide helps you identify wild edible plants with instructive, botanical illustrations; Harvest & cook them into delicious food with our recipes. Support this project today!

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    The 13akers Dozen by Paul Bertolino

    A short RISD thesis film that explores repressed memories of childhood trauma through the lens of the fairy tale "Hansel & Gretel."

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    • 103% funded
    • $3,100 pledged
    • Funded

    Be a part of the process! Support Paul Bertolino '13/FAV in the completion of his RISD Senior Thesis film. With your backing Paul will explore the repressed memories of childhood trauma through the lens of the fairy tale "Hansel & Gretel." Invest in Paul's film & future!

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    Tales of Hot Rod Horror Volume 2 by Devon Devereaux

    Our book is successfully funded. Help push us to $5000 to Kickstart Tales of Hot Rod Horror 3!

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    • 170% funded
    • $4,250 pledged
    • Funded

    Tales of Hot Rod Horror is a graphic novel series that features art by RISD Illustration alumni, Andy Ristaino '97, Jon Ascher '99 and David Settlow '99. Get your motor running and support this project before it's too late!

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    Scrapped Issue 2: Future Dinosaur & Website Redesign by Scrapped Magazine

    Scrapped is a limited edition semi-annual art magazine and website focused on emerging & established artists working in all media.

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    • 152% funded
    • $14,502 pledged
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    Scrapped is a limited edition semi-annual art magazine and website focused on emerging & established artists working in all media. Editor/co-founder, Frances Denny '14, MFA Photo is hoping you are in the holiday spirit enough to support her and her colleagues this season!

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    Jennifer Lewis Illustration Limited Edition Frog Robot Print by Jennifer Lewis

    Jennifer Lewis, limited edition print

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    • 472% funded
    • $1,653 pledged
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    "Giveit", "Giveit"! In the spirit of the season of giving please consider supporting Jennifer Lewis '00/IL and her project to produce Limited Edition Prints of the Frog Robot. I "toad" you how cool this is, now hop along and donate!

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    PHIL COLLINS AND THE WILD FRONTIER by Ben Powell

    A short documentary about Phil Collins attempting to redefine his public persona while on tour promoting his new book about the Alamo.

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    • 202% funded
    • $20,270 pledged
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    Ben Powell '08/FAV wants to introduce to to the Separate Life of an 80's pop sensation. "Phil Collins and the Wild Frontier" follows Mr. Collins on a 5-day tour as he answers questions about his obscure collection of Alamo artifacts and his retirement from music. Give Now!

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    SEED: The Untold Story, Documentary Film by Collective Eye Films

    Inspiring film that unearths the dramatic story of seeds. From the creators of QUEEN OF THE SUN & REAL DIRT ON FARMER JOHN.

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    • 154% funded
    • $77,006 pledged
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    SEED: The Untold Story will be the third film in a trilogy. Directed by Jon Betz '08/FAV, the film will investigate the untold story of seeds, the basis of life on earth. SEED will be an inspiring film that will encourage communities to take action and create positive change.

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    Donner Party: The Musical! by Andrew Migliori

    A short film about the infamous Donner Party's struggle westward and eventual cannibalism. Oh...and it's a musical comedy!

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    • 100% funded
    • $16,586 pledged
    • Funded

    You are going to "eat up" this project launched by Andrew Migliori '13/FAV! Andrew is creating a short film about the infamous Donner Party's struggle westward and eventual cannibalism. Oh...and it's a musical comedy written & composed by 2 Brown students! Don't miss out!

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    The Otherworldly: an exploratory experimental video by Evan Mann

    Evan Mann is planning a mysterious experimental video project and is selling his art to raise the funds needed for production

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    • 100% funded
    • $8,020 pledged
    • Funded

    The world may be a mysterious place, but this experimental video will make it more so as Evan Mann '12/MFA PM embarks on a journey that defies traditional notions of gravity, time and space while exploring the depths of the imagination. Choose this adventure by donating today!

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    Peace & Quiet Dialogue Station by Matter Practice

    'Peace & Quiet' is a civic 'dialogue station' in Times Square, where veterans and civilians can engage in poignant conversation.

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    • 110% funded
    • $16,587 pledged
    • Funded

    Peace & Quiet, created by Alfred Zollinger '90 B'Arch, is a temporary dialogue station where veterans and civilians—two wide ranging demographic groups, whose paths increasingly do not cross—can openly engage each other in meaningful conversation. Please support this project!

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    Dale Radio: Spending Time With... by James Bewley

    A new webseries featuring Dale Seever doing amazing things with Chris Gethard, Sasheer Zamata, Kelli Scarr, and Cory McAbee.

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    • 140% funded
    • $5,616 pledged
    • Funded

    Dale Radio is a podcast originating from Brooklyn, since 2009 over 100 episodes featuring Dale alone or in conversation with amazing talents from across the country have been aired. Dale (James Bewley '97/SC) wants you to spend some money so he can be Spending Time With... ;)

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    Love MKE. Blow Up a Car. by Kyle Buckley

    On 10/26, join us in showing off Milwaukee's production capabilities with a powerful film featuring a car explosion shot live downtown!

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    • 100% funded
    • $10,081 pledged
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    Katie Pfeiffer '08/IL, co-produced, Until Death and is doing her part to prove to the world that Milwaukee is the new creative powerhouse, with the capabilities, tools and talent for projects of any size, anywhere. Help her get the word out by supporting this project.

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    STUPOR: UNFIXABLE with artist Jessica Frelinghuysen by Steve Hughes

    A collaboration between zine-writer Steve Hughes and visual artist Jessica Frelinghuysen.

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    • 135% funded
    • $1,355 pledged
    • Funded

    Get out of your Stupor and support Jessica Frelinghuysen '02/PM in her collaborative zine project. Tools are for fixing things, but only in the right hands. In the wrong hands they can create worse problems. Use the appropriate tool to support this brilliant project!

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    The Migrating Mural by Jane Kim

    A series of murals that share the story of endangered migratory animals.

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    • 138% funded
    • $27,760 pledged
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    Support Jane Kim '03/PM and her project the Migrating Mural. The purpose is to expose the public to endangered and transient animals that otherwise go unseen. It highlights animal migration routes and catalyzes both wildlife conservation and public art.

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    Tidal: Occupy Theory, Occupy Strategy by Occupy Theory

    We believe we can’t have radical action without radical thought. A journal of theory and strategy for Occupy movement.

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    • 110% funded
    • $3,850 pledged
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    Tidal is a magazine and action group created from Occupy Wall Street. In August, Zak Greene '10/GD completed the latest issue, Year II, and are working to distribute it through NYC using mass distribution teams, Tidal is appearing all over and Zak & team need your assistance!

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    Sublime Experiment: Outward Expression of Inner Beauty by Yong Joo Kim

    Unique, light-weight, and elegant pieces of wearable art for those who believe that art can change the way we see the world.

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    • 102% funded
    • $10,270 pledged
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    Get Sublime with a new line of unique, light weight, and beautifully handmade jewelry, challenging conventional notions of beauty & value. Yong Joo Kim '09 MFA JM is seeking your support in the launch of her unique, lightweight and handmade jewelry line, the Sublime Experiement

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    Hop in the Saddle by Hop in the Saddle

    Hop in the Saddle is a guide to Portland's craft beer scene, by bike.

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    • 115% funded
    • $17,358 pledged
    • Funded

    Laura Cary '95/GD and her colleagues are creating a guidebook that unites two of Portland’s greatest passions: craft beer and bicycles. Hop in the Saddle links the best PDX beer spots with the city’s first-class cycling boulevards and bike-friendly streets. Cheers!

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    MAATI by Campos de Gutierréz

    As a collaborative effort, MAATI crosses geographical boundaries & interdisciplinary approaches to develop a regional ceramic culture.

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    • 107% funded
    • $11,815 pledged
    • Funded

    Campos de Gutiérrez is a young international artist residency program located in Medellin, Colombia. The residency is housed in a 19th century coffee plantation in the outskirts of the city and Andres Monzón ‘09/PT & Amara Abdal Figueroa ‘13/ARCH need your help to expand!

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    Mayan 2012 Time Capsule by Michael Esordi

    What happens when the Mayan Calendar ends Dec. 21, 2012? Your support will preserve your mark in history with a time capsule in Belize.

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    • 100% funded
    • $3,327 pledged
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    Be part of the project created by Michael Esordi '91/GD and get your lasting message sealed in a time capsule. The capsule will be in the form of a crystal skull and hidden on location within Mayan ruins in Central America. This is your chance to be part of this exciting journey

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    The Entire Cartoon Universe by Ray Sumser

    A drawing of 2,500 characters from Archie to Zorak. Suggest a character and get a print!

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    • 163% funded
    • $7,368 pledged
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    Ray Sumser, Paint/FAV 07 is at it again! This time he is creating a picture of the entire cartoon universe, full of 2500 recognizable characters! Tap into your own "superpower character" of support and help Ray out with this super project! Give early and give often!!!

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    SUMMER CAMP: S/S 2013 NECKLACE COLLECTION by Kayla Mattes

    Remember lanyard braiding?! Help launch a rad new knit necklace collection based on reinventing this nostalgic craft trend.

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    • 101% funded
    • $10,178 pledged
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    Remember all those amazing arts and crafts projects you did at Summer Camp? Each one telling a different story..Well, textile designer Kayla Mattes '11 is launching a collection of necklaces based on the lanyard braiding craft phenomenon and she needs your support to tie it up!

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    Puma Punku Totems by Doodle Ink LLC

    In this mobile app, spiritual Shamans return to Puma Punku to battle for balance and harmony on earth. A great game for everyone!!

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    • 103% funded
    • $10,352 pledged
    • Funded

    In this premier game app, 1987 Illustration & Animation alum Jackie Ross 7, CEO of Doodle Ink LLC, explores the Mayan spiritual world in the style of "tribal punk." Jackie needs your support to create balance and harmony on earth. Do your part today by donating to this project

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    El Poblano Farm by El Poblano Farm

    El Poblano Farm in New York City is bringing you organically grown specialty Mexican herbs and vegetables!

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    • 164% funded
    • $8,212 pledged
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    Experience the flavors of Mexico by supporting this Kickstarter project created by Ken Kinoshita '06 BArch and his team. Your donation will insure that farmer Gudelio Garcia and the El Poblano Farm offer high quality and delicious specialty organic Mexican vegetables.

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    Laser Made by Jeff and Teegan Nordhues

    Help Pax Modern complete an open source laser cutter build - get first dibs on their designers’ sweet 100% wool felt home accessories.

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    • 134% funded
    • $8,065 pledged
    • Funded

    This Kickstarter project by Jeff Nordhues '09, MID, is a "cut" above the rest. By supporting the Pax Modern Laser Made project you are actually opening the doors for other designers to deliver their ideas to the public and translated their innovations into reality. Donate now!

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    A Collision: Media and Environmentalism by Jenna Marsh and Samantha Clark

    A collaborative photography team exploring the interaction between contemporary media culture and the natural environment.

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    • 136% funded
    • $2,051 pledged
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    Jenna & Samantha, current Photo students are in the process of producing their most ambitious project yet, , a series of 25 unique photo prints, all taken in different National Parks. Without your support they will not be able to fulfill their vision for this amazing project!

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    Sweets & Bitters Quarterly by Hannah Kirshner

    A seasonal mini-cookbook, illustrated with photo essays & top-notch design, mailed to your door four times a year.

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    • 114% funded
    • $8,596 pledged
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    Got a sweet tooth? Just love amazing cookbooks? Sweets & Bitters, a seasonal mini-cookbook illustrated with photo essays & top-notch design, mailed to your door four times a year is brought to you by Hannah Kirshner BFA PT '06 & Isaac Gertman, MFA GD '07. Be sweet and donate!

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    Meet Miss Subways: New York's Beauty Queens 1941-1976 by Fiona Gardner

    A book that combines compelling stories and visuals, examining the lives of the women who reigned over the NYC Subways.

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    • 127% funded
    • $16,555 pledged
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    Next St0p, Doors Open On The...Fiona Gardner '99/PT hopes you don't "miss" your chance to support, "Meet Miss Subways". Miss Subways was a beauty contest run by the Subways Advertising committee from 1941–1976. This project will bring a new "platform" to share these stories.

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    Six Letterpress Printed Artist Editions by Smokey Road Press by Margot Ecke

    Print shop needs funding for equipment. The prizes are awesome prints by well-known artists!

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    • 108% funded
    • $16,208 pledged
    • Funded

    This Kickstarter Project is "smoking"! Margot Ecke '02/MFA PM is seeking your support in securing a platemaker that will allow Smoke Road Press to create more amazing work and promoting the stunning work of other artists. Please consider supporting Margot and this campaign!

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    Külakiik - The Village Swing by Kristina Paabus

    In July 2012 we will be constructing a traditional Estonian style Village Swing while attending the ACRE Residency Program.

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    • 119% funded
    • $1,193 pledged
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    Kristina Paabus '00/IL has a mission to create a Village Swing in Gay Mills, WI. The goal in building this Külakiik (Village Swing) is to create a gathering spot that bridges activity, conversation, and sculpture in a developing sculpture garden. Swing on over today and donate

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    Nomiku: bring sous vide into your kitchen. by Lisa Q. Fetterman

    Don't salivate in vain at the delicious food your favorite chefs make. Nomiku cooks sous vide at a very precise temperature.

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    • 293% funded
    • $586,061 pledged
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    Every foodie will want a Nomiku! Please support Wipop Bam Suppipat '09/ID and his colleagues Lisa and Abe Fetterman who have designed the most compact and user-friendly immersion circulator. Good enough for a classically trained Chef but made for the home cook. Bon Appetit!

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    Pretty Snake's "Kitty Garden Party" Leggings by Joseph Aaron Segal

    Help fashion brand, Pretty Snake, produce "Kitty Garden Party" leggings and receive your very own pair!

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    • 118% funded
    • $5,938 pledged
    • Funded

    Joseph Segal '09/MFA TX needs YOUR help to manufacture his new crazy colorful "Kitty Garden Party" leggings! To make the custom fabric & sew the leggings in the USA he needs to make a minimum order, a big number for an emerging brand! This means that they need YOUR SUPPORT!

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    Steelhead Studio is Going Full Time by Robin Dahlberg

    After 20 years of being a tiny business, I'm ready to expand and go full time. Let's put Steelhead Studio into production mode!

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    • 103% funded
    • $8,770 pledged
    • Funded

    Won't you be a "gem" and support RISD J+M grad Robin Dahlberg '93 and Steelhead Studio? By backing this project you will help Robin continue to do her life's work and shatter the myth of the starving artist. And for $50 or more you could score some of her amazing jewelery.

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    TransJourney by Alexia Kosmider

    TransJourney is a quest of discovery of family, acceptance, and identity.

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    • 100% funded
    • $9,086 pledged
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    TransJourney explores three women’s personal journeys and the ways that their lives have become intertwined, and made stronger, because of each other. By supporting this project produced by Alexia Kosmider, Sr. Lecturer in Liberal Arts you will allow this story to be told.

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    OpenUrban by Reed Duecy-Gibbs

    An open crowd sourced map and forum focused on urban development. We are mapping the future of cities!

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    • 118% funded
    • $5,312 pledged
    • Funded

    Reed Duecy-Gibbs'11/MArch., Irene Guzman '11/BArch, Jesse Honsa '08/BArch, and Ali Onat Turker '08/MArch need your collective energy to launch,Open Urban, an open crowd sourced map and forum on urban development. Be part of the crowd that makes this a tool of change!

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    24/7: A dialogue in photography and writing by Midge & Eliza

    A special edition art book of portraits set in 24 hour establishments across the United States.

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    • 126% funded
    • $7,600 pledged
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    Midge Wattles '12/PH and her best friend Eliza are setting out on a journey to create a collection of photographic and written portraits set in, or otherwise linked to, 24-hour diners around the US. They need your support to shed some light on the original all-nighter culture.

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    Nails In The Key Of Life: A Mobile Nail Salon by breanne trammell

    I want to meet you! And do your nails––in a canned ham trailer! NAILS ACROSS AMERICA will launch Summer of '13!

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    • 125% funded
    • $5,035 pledged
    • Funded

    Your donation will help Breanne Trammell / MFA Printmaking '08 nail her goal on Kickstarter! Nails in the Key of Life is an experiential art project is more than simply Nail Art. Breanne aims to create an intimate platform to exchange ideas and conversation while doing nails!

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    GO Roadshow by Squonk Opera

    A free street spectacle on a monster truck, "GO Roadshow" will be a joyous pop-up musical celebration.

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    • 125% funded
    • $6,277 pledged
    • Funded

    A dozen Pittsburgh musicians, artists and engineers squonk together, led by composer Jackie Dempsey and artist and RISD alumnus Steve O’Hearn '88/ID. Your support will help the Squonk Opera make a public American art that is poetic and brazen, funny and inclusive. Give today!

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    The Fortieth Parallel by Bruce Myren

    Photographs from the intersection of the N 40° latitude with each degree of longitude across the United States. From New Jersey to California.

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    • 178% funded
    • $17,860 pledged
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    Bruce Myren, Critic, RISD Dept of Photography seeks your support is combining his fascination with the idea of location, and the interplay between GPS coordinates and human's understanding of where we are. With your help, “The Fortieth Parallel” can finally be completed!

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    All About Poop by Sylvia Westphal

    This engaging book teaches kids about the science of digestion and poop. Help us take it to science classrooms all over the country!

    Successful!
    • 108% funded
    • $7,596 pledged
    • Funded

    Nicole Gsell '10/IL and Sylvia Westphal want you to give more than two "sh*ts" about their new book project at Pinwheel Books, "All About Poop". Help them go big on this new book project by getting behind this kickstarter project!

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    AnimRings- Animated Rings by Peter Athos

    Wearable ring designs that animate when they spin!

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    • 103% funded
    • $2,575 pledged
    • Funded

    Help Peter Athos '03/IL Put A Ring On It, by supporting his AnimRings project. AnimRings combines his love of illustration, crafts and animation and the result is a really cool ring that provides you with hours of entertainment!

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    Birds of Finland - Arteles Center Summer Artist Residency by Stephanie Chambers

    I am launching a project called 'Finland's Birds' while on-site at the Arteles Center as an artist in residence this July.

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    • 209% funded
    • $5,239 pledged
    • Funded

    This project is "for the birds", the birds of Finland that is! Your support will allow Stephanie Chambers '03/IL to take flight to Finland and participate in the Arteles Center Summer residency. For this Kickstarter project, "bird, bird, bird is the word."

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    Light and Dust by Max Covill

    A Narrative Short film about a young woman who seeks refuge from towards the stars because of an abusive relationship.

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    • 115% funded
    • $3,452 pledged
    • Funded

    Your support can insure that Max Covill's thesis project for his certificate in Digital Film Production sees the light of day! This film explores the struggles of a young woman who seeks refuge in the stars because of an abusive relationship. Don't leave Max in the dust!

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    Help Celadour Release Their First Album and Tour! by Melanie Steinway

    Celadour is a three piece alternative folk band hailing from Providence, Rhode Island that needs your help to go on tour!

    Successful!
    • 108% funded
    • $1,080 pledged
    • Funded

    Meet Celadour (Melanie Steinway '12/IL, Erica Ehrenbard, '12/SC and Sarah Louise Neal '13/SC) a three-piece alternative-folk band hailing from Providence. Spread their unique and captivating sound that comes from a mysterious world of its own by supporting this Kickstarter!

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    Arctic Architecture: Svalbard by Arctic Architecture

    First in a series of books exploring the past, present, and future of architecture in the Far North

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    • 100% funded
    • $7,500 pledged
    • Funded

    Help Wes Milholen '03 set sail on a journey to the Arctic by supporting his Kickstarter project. Wes will join a small group of artists, architects, and scientists as a participant in The Arctic Circle residency and with your support create a book Arctic Architecture: Svalbard

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    "Clearly" by Matthew Day Perez

    "Clearly" is a publication that will coincide with a show

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    • 132% funded
    • $2,656 pledged
    • Funded

    "Clearly" you don't want to miss out on supporting this Kickstarter project launched by Matthew Day Perez '10 MFA Glass. Clearly is a solo show that is the culmination of Matthew's Fulbright Fellowship which will be held in Australia in June.

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    OBEY THE GIANT - The First Narrative Film About OBEY by Julian Marshall

    OBEY THE GIANT is the first narrative film about the early life of Shepard Fairey and the origin of his OBEY GIANT street art campaign.

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    • 216% funded
    • $65,029 pledged
    • Funded

    "TO AFFECT THE QUALITY OF THE DAY IS NO SMALL ACHIEVEMENT!" You can have a profound effect on Julian Marshall '12/FAV by supporting his narrative film project Obey The Giant, a story about the early years of Shepard Fairey. Obey the call to fund this Kickstarter project!

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    gokey: keeping your keys safe on the go by Francesca Passoni and Cristina Cook (deleted)

    A minimalist silicone bracelet with a function. Gokey securely conceals your key while you are on the go.

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    • 131% funded
    • $13,171 pledged
    • Funded

    The "key" to the success of this Kickstarter project is your support! Cristina Cook '08/ID is about to solve the age old question for runners, "where do I put my key?" with gokey, a sleek and stylish wristband that conceals your key! Run, don't walk to support this project!

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    CUBBY : Award-winning Coat-hook + Storage Unit by materious

    An innovative, collar-friendly coat hook that stores your cell-phone, keys, wallet, sunglasses, and more.

    Successful!
    • 185% funded
    • $53,707 pledged
    • Funded

    Always wondering where you left your keys or wallet? Desperately searching for your shades on a stellar day? Then Stephanie Tharp's '00/MID Kickstarter project is right up your alley. Your support can help absent minded folks all over the world find what they are looking for!

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    Occupy Sanhedrin by Sarah Young

    A participatory art installation located at Brandeis University that explores the intersections of Judaism, Justice and the body.

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    • 100% funded
    • $3,800 pledged
    • Funded

    Sarah Young '10/SC needs your help to occupy the Kniznick Gallery. Her exhibit examines religious and secular roles of Jewish women from the time of the Second Temple to the present. Your backing will help her secure the necessary tools to create an interactive installation.

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    STREP THROAT II by Laura

    Strep Throat is a zine that will be published every 4 months. It contains illustrations, comics, interviews, playlists, and movies.

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    • 100% funded
    • $1,210 pledged
    • Funded

    Support the Young Publishing Dream by throwing your support (and $$ of course) behind the second issue of Strep Throat, a triannual zine created by RISD Grad Laura Perez-Harris '10/PH. Your support can score you her gratitude and some pretty awesome swag!

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    MISSY FOR PREZ by Sakura Bready

    A project to make one of a kind tracksuits inspired by a dream I had of Missy Elliott as the President of the United States of America.

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    • 140% funded
    • $2,492 pledged
    • Funded

    Sakura Bready '12/TX had a dream....that Missy Elliot was President of the USA! In that dream Missy sported an official track suit designed by Sakura....Hollah' at Sakura by supporting her "baller" Kickstarter project today!

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    Angel Food...Bakers from Hell by Cynthia Gerdes

    Angel Food, a "watch us in action" bakery, promises to be another one-of-a-kind locally owned jewel from the founders of Hell's Kitchen

    Successful!
    • 260% funded
    • $18,387 pledged
    • Funded

    "Hey Cupcake, won't you be an angel and support this sweet Kickstarter Project?" Katy Gerdes '03 AP is expanding her Hell's Kitchen establishment to include a separate open kitchen bakery and coffee bar. So be a sugar daddy or momma and while some amazing rewards!

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    TRASHION: Marine Debris Makes a Splash on the World Stage by Marina DeBris

    A Tour of Live Trashion* Shows from Marina DeBris' Collection "Beach Couture" *trashion: fashions made from washed up beach trash

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    • 120% funded
    • $3,292 pledged
    • Funded

    Marina DeBris ( Anne Shackman) '82/GD needs your help to make splash with her Trashion Fashion Show. Her "beach couture" fashion delivers a message about sustainability and plastic pollution. Marina needs your support to take the message international!

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    Project Pinwheel by Genevieve Marsh

    Gathering Pinwheels to display at Burning Man 2012! Join Project Pinwheel Art Car on on their mission to spread creativity!

    Successful!
    • 107% funded
    • $4,066 pledged
    • Funded

    RISD Freshmen: Genevieve Marsh ‘15, Denali Schmidt ’15, Joshua Shiau ’15, Caitlyn Au ‘15 are burning to get your support for their crowd-sourced, self-sustainable vehicle, the Art Car. Get their project rolling towards Burning Man by donating to their Kickstarter project today!

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    Eight Extraordinary Greens by Jenna Spevack

    A participatory exhibition to support urban agriculture and explore the value placed on food and society.

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    • 114% funded
    • $3,446 pledged
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    Jenna Spevack, '96 MFA Painting/Printmaking aims to provide healthy greens to extraordinary people with ordinary incomes. Help "grow" her movement by supporting this Kickstarter projects. Being a backer will leave others "green with envy".

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    Radish Food Truck by Alec Babala & Timothy Silva INC

    Radish is a seasonal food truck started by JWU and RISD students that aims to serve meals made from local, organic ingredients.

    Successful!
    • 111% funded
    • $5,860 pledged
    • Funded

    There's soon to be a new Truck on the block with your help! The Rad-ish team of current RISD sophomores Alec Babala and Otis Gray and JWU students Tim Silva and Danny Do are looking for you to ripen their project to create an organic food truck and roving promoter in PVD!

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    the Earths Inside Us - a RISD junior film by Jess X Chen

    Nature & Humanity are lovers united in death.

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    • 125% funded
    • $2,500 pledged
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    Fascinated by stories where humans overcome loss, and the idea that nature and humanity are interchangeable, this cinematic story is one that is very close to Jess X Chen '13/FAV heart. Your support will help Jess successfully complete her Junior film project.

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    FLASH + CUBE (1965-1975), Image and Text, 160 pages, color. by marget

    A book about the Sylvania flashcube—the space-aged, flash photography device, revolutionary in 1965 and nearly obsolete by 1975.

    Successful!
    • 148% funded
    • $4,317 pledged
    • Funded

    Make a donation, even a small one, you and play a critical part in getting this important photographic archive out into the world. Marget Long '02, MFA, Photography conceived this book as an artwork. It is an archive of pictures and texts intended for the printed page.

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    Once Upon a Time: A Photographer's Fairytales by Liz Mooney

    An 'illustrated' photo storybook bringing three famous fairytales to life.

    Successful!
    • 134% funded
    • $3,642 pledged
    • Funded

    Fairy tales are an excellent metaphor for life and you can help Liz Mooney '12 IL make her senior project a reality by supporting her Kickstarter proposal. Your assistance will help her celebrate all that makes these tales beautiful without stripping them of their magic.

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    Folk Told ME: Audio/Visual G by Jazzmen Johnson

    "Folk Told Me: Audio/Visual G" is the Album Soundtrack to an Original Musical Sci-Fi Afro-Futurist Graphic Novel

    Successful!
    • 109% funded
    • $6,001 pledged
    • Funded

    We hope you get "Jazzed" about this this really unique project. Your support will go to help Jazzmen Johnson '06 FAV and her band Folk Told Me create a musical album and afro-futurist scientific graphic novel.

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    Vonnegut Kraft by Katrina Vonnegut

    Vonnegut Kraft, a design partnership from NYC, is working with wood, fiber, metal, etc, to develop a line of furniture and textiles.

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    • 105% funded
    • $6,332 pledged
    • Funded

    Support Katrina Vonnegut '09/FD in achieving her goal to present this bed, along with these new pieces as well as a line of machine knit bedding and printed textiles in the Spring 2012 International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York City!

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    I Want To Be Metropolitan by PRAUD

    ''I Want to be METROPOLITAN'' is a research on mini-metropolises, using Boston as a case study.

    Successful!
    • 162% funded
    • $4,865 pledged
    • Funded

    Help RISD Architecture instructor Dongwoo Yim create a dialogue that addresses the missing topics in urbanism for smaller, slower, and much more stable cities around the world in his book "I Want To Be Metropolitan"

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    REVOLUTION by Lee

    Revolution is a line of sculptural tableware and a shit-show series of videos dissecting the ceramic process in the 21st century.

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    • 100% funded
    • $10,090 pledged
    • Funded

    A gap, ripe for exploration, currently exists between hand-made objects and the content of the images that are expressed through video and web-based media, join Lee Johnson '11, MFA Ceramics on a quest to close that gap.

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    Realizing Empathy: An Inquiry into the Meaning of Making by Slim

    An ambitious book of stories, dialogues, projects, and reflections revolving around the question of what it means to make something.

    Successful!
    • 115% funded
    • $34,780 pledged
    • Funded

    Seung Chan "Slim" Lim MFA GD '11 is seeking your support is sharing his story, and those of others in the meaning of making. Will you realize the empathy of art through allowing Slim to realize his goal?

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    Phasmophobia by Paul Bertolino

    A short narrative film exploring Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in the form of a ghost story.

    Successful!
    • 109% funded
    • $2,742 pledged
    • Funded

    What happens when we are haunted by not only ghosts, but also our own mind? Help Paul Bertolino '13 FAV explore OCD and shed a cinematographic lens on control and the lack of control. Paul's film will provide a creative look at this often misunderstood disorder.

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    Help Boo City go to South by Southwest in Austin TX!! by Boo City

    We are going to Austin! Boo City is all set to travel to SXSW this year. We just need a little help from our friends!

    Successful!
    • 109% funded
    • $4,371 pledged
    • Funded

    Andrew Bain '98, SC needs a little help from his friends to get his band to deep in the heart of Texas for SXSW. Help them keep on 'rockin by supporting their Kickstarter project!

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    Taste of You by Mathew McNamara

    Taste of You is revenge/horror story about a pregnant woman named Viv, who gets back at her husband after she finds him cheating.

    Successful!
    • 104% funded
    • $4,172 pledged
    • Funded

    Matty McNamara '12 FAV needs "you" to complete his Senior Film Project "Taste of You".
    Make his final scene at RISD a thriller by supporting this project.

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    The SunFlower Project by mackenzie younger

    Help the beautification of Providence RI & New York City urban environments through sunflower plantings and gardens!

    Successful!
    • 103% funded
    • $3,102 pledged
    • Funded

    Mackenzie Younger '12/PA wants to bring sunshine to the Creative Capital and the Big Apple by planting sunflowers in the concrete jungle. By supporting his kickstarter project you will be bringing sunshine to so many!

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    On Repeat by Marissa Goldman

    4/3π r3 : The volume for a sphere; The equation is simple enough, yet it has a firm grip on many facets of our life. Experience it.

    Successful!
    • 107% funded
    • $2,940 pledged
    • Funded

    Support Marissa Goldman '15 in her desire to transform warehouse space into a pop-up gallery exploring the sphere.

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    Vernacular Typography by Molly Woodward

    Vernacular Typography is a design and photography project that documents and maps disappearing examples of found lettering.

    Successful!
    • 138% funded
    • $6,942 pledged
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    Consider "sign"ing on to Molly Woodward '08 GD, project to document the character and culture of regions through the use of environmental lettering. Do you part to preserve this important history by donating to this project!

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    Slow down and focus- stitching to relax and decompress by Kimberly Becker

    A line of cross stitch patterns from my daily paintings. A tool for creating a quiet space to decompress and single task- focus, create

    Successful!
    • 102% funded
    • $4,000 pledged
    • Funded

    Kimberly Becker, '90 TX is in "stitches" about her project to bring a fresh approach to an old art.

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    Abyss by Darian Brenner

    A fantastical, psychological journey of a girl who can see an alternate plane of existence after a near-death experience.

    Successful!
    • 109% funded
    • $5,480 pledged
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    Help Darian Brenner '12 FAV keep the memory of her Mom alive by supporting her degree project. "Abyss" is a story of adapting to drastic changes, one that many of us can relate to.

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    spnKiX - Wearable Mobility by Peter Treadway + ACTON

    Battery powered, motorized skates that strap right on to your shoes. Hand controlled by a wireless remote. Get your spnKiX on!

    Successful!
    • 481% funded
    • $120,300 pledged
    • Funded

    You will totally get a KiX out of this wearable mobility designed by Peter Treadway '96, ID. Consider helping Peter keeping "rolling" toward his goal!

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    Fresh Artists' Memory Game by Fresh Artists

    Fresh Artists’ Memory Game - a family game for kids, by kids, presenting the artistic talent & generosity of America’s inner-city youth

    Successful!
    • 176% funded
    • $12,349 pledged
    • Funded

    Show kids you care by supporting Fresh Artists desire to use children's artwork as a tool to enhance the memory of underprivileged children. Fresh Artists includes Gardner Allen FAV'02 and his mom, Barbara Allen.

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    Pop-Hop Books & Curio by Sarah Balcomb & Robey Clark

    In early 2012, we will launch Pop-Hop Books & Curio, a creative retail space merging a bookshop & print studio in Northeast Los Angeles

    Successful!
    • 102% funded
    • $10,282 pledged
    • Funded

    Robey Clark '01 GD combines his love of print with a insatiable desire to read in the Pop-Hop Books & Curio project. Do you miss the feel of a local bookstore? The Pop-Hop Books & Curio will offer a place that fosters inspiration and action in equal measure.

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    THE ARTDUDE CHILDREN'S MUSIC MURAL TOUR OF COSTA RICA by Max Levi Frieder

    In my Percussive Artsuit,THE ARTDUDE,I will be traveling across Costa Rica making percussive music and painting canvas murals with kids

    Successful!
    • 102% funded
    • $4,114 pledged
    • Funded

    Make some noise for Max Frieder '12 PT who combines music and painting to bring the Arts to communities. Max's work focuses on community-based public arts founded on inspired participation. Won't you join him on this spirited journey...

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    Primetime by Ryan Waller

    Brooklyn-based project and event space Primetime is raising funds to make itself available to artists for free in 2012.

    Successful!
    • 296% funded
    • $17,805 pledged
    • Funded

    Ryan Waller '03/GD, Scarlett Boulting '06/AP & some friends are hoping you are in the spirit of giving! Primetime is hoping to raise the funds for their third year of lectures, artist visits, shows and receptions.

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    The Outliers - comic by Erik T. Johnson

    Adventure story about a speechless 11 year old boy who can communicate nonetheless, with beings on the periphery of human perception.

    Successful!
    • 142% funded
    • $6,768 pledged
    • Funded

    This is one project where you don't want to be an "Outlier. Join in on this adventure by supporting Erik Johnson's '90/PM Kickstarter project and let your imagination take you on a new journey.

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    Fourth Grade by Judy Gelles

    Fourth graders are asked three questions: Who do you live with?, What do you wish for?, and What do you worry about?

    Successful!
    • 159% funded
    • $5,757 pledged
    • Funded

    Judy Gelles '91, MFA, Photography is setting out to use word portraits to help teach youth to appreciate how they are similar, how they are different, and where they fit into our global society. Be a part of a project that has been called "a moving experience".

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    Perennials: A Film & Exploration of Sustainability by The Perennials Project

    The Perennials Project is an exploration of individuals & communities working toward a sustainable future by bridging complex divides.

    Successful!
    • 102% funded
    • $6,639 pledged
    • Funded

    Audrey Barnes MID 11 is hoping to make a film about "Perennials" - individuals who realize that a sustainable future relies on building bridges across complex societal divides.

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    The Cartoonuum by Ray Sumser

    A crowd-sourced painting of over 2,000 recognizable cartoon, comic book and video game characters.

    Successful!
    • 205% funded
    • $9,268 pledged
    • Funded

    Ray Sumser, Paint/FAV 07 is not clowning around with his 7' by 11' oil painting that will include over 2,000 recognizable cartoon, comic book and video game characters.

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    BBOX Radio - Turn Up the Beat of Brooklyn by BBOX Radio

    BBOX is a volunteer-run, freeform, internet radio station that calls a recycled shipping container in Downtown Brooklyn, home.

    Successful!
    • 107% funded
    • $16,159 pledged
    • Funded

    Daniel Meredith BArch 01 has helped launch a freeform internet radio station in Brooklyn. BBOX Radio features programs by community partners focused on local culture, education, and news and, with your help, will be broadcast live to the world online.

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    Limited edition artists book, "World of Books" by Sas Colby

    Limited edition artists’ book, "World of Books," a memorial to the booksellers in Baghdad, whose street was car bombed in 2007.

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    • 141% funded
    • $5,640 pledged
    • Funded

    Sas Colby 61 PT is working on a limited edition artists' book "World of Books", a commemoration of and lament for the booksellers of Baghdad.

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    Polaroid Matrix goes to New York Maker Faire by Samuel

    20 Polaroid Cameras, One Click. Help my project the "Polaroid Matrix Flipbook" make it to NYC for the International Maker Faire.

    Successful!
    • 128% funded
    • $642 pledged
    • Funded

    Sam Blanchard MFA 04 SC is headed to the International Maker Faire in NYC with his Polaroid Flipbook Camera, and needs to buy lots of film!

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    Expanse: Photography by Sarah Moore by Sarah Moore

    A photography project largely based on South Dakota will hit the road in September with a 6 week trip around the country.

    Successful!
    • 113% funded
    • $1,250 pledged
    • Funded

    Sarah Moore 09 PH wants to hit the road in September with a 6 week trip around the country to continue her photography series "expanse".

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    Survival By Design Cards for the Wicked Smart and Sassy by Jennifer Adler

    Our cards are honestly and irreverently funny. The smart kind of funny that not everybody gets. And colorfully diverse. Cool, right?

    Successful!
    • 102% funded
    • $5,100 pledged
    • Funded

    Jennifer Adler 06 CE would like to spread the love, happiness and positivity that greeting cards offer by growing her sassy, quirky stationery business.

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    Reverse Abstraction by Ashley Zelinskie

    Need minimal funding to create hexadecimal sculptures and paintings.

    Successful!
    • 100% funded
    • $3,020 pledged
    • Funded

    Ashley Zelinskie 10 GL is creating sculptures and paintings using the binary and hexadecimal codes which are the basis of a computer's language.

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    Markers of Time by Christina Seely

    “Markers of Time”,, a photo and video based project, investigates how climate change is altering natural rhythms in the arctic.

    Successful!
    • 106% funded
    • $10,611 pledged
    • Funded

    Christina Seely MFA 03 PH is investigating how climate change is altering natural rhythms in the Arctic through photography and video.

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    To Save the Cheetah: A Documentary by Marcy Mendelson

    Documenting the wild cheetah & conservation efforts across Africa in the pursuit to save the fastest cat from extinction.

    Successful!
    • 138% funded
    • $4,159 pledged
    • Funded

    Marcy Mendelson '95 SC is traveling to South Africa, Namibia and Botswana to photograph the cheetah in the wild, and document conservation efforts underway to save the cheetah.

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    "Woven Voices: Messages from the Heart" by Sarah Haskell

    “Woven Voices: Messages from the Heart”~interactive global art project~1000 handwoven prayer flags to be dispersed globally on 9/11/11

    Successful!
    • 107% funded
    • $4,310 pledged
    • Funded

    Sarah Haskell '76 TX is weaving 1000 prayer flags using positive messages gathered from all over the world, to be used in NY to honor the 10th anniversary of 9/11, and around the globe to honor the International day of Peace on 9/ 21/11.

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    Fertile Underground Grocery by Michael Giroux

    The Fertile Underground are bringing Real Food to Providence. Farmer/Artists bring a multifaceted approach to Quality of Life.

    Successful!
    • 148% funded
    • $13,026 pledged
    • Funded

    Nina Maxwell 06 PR and Andrea Starr 06 BArch are working to build a community through sustainable, real-food lifestyle in Providence. Yes!!

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    Outpost Journal by Outpost Journal

    A biannual, non-profit print publication on art, design & community action from cities that have been traditionally underexposed.

    Successful!
    • 114% funded
    • $11,450 pledged
    • Funded

    Pete Oyler MFA 09 FD and Jay Salvos 02 GD are launching Outpost, a bi-annual print publication that focuses on innovative art, design, and community action in smaller urban areas.

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    Spirare Sustainable Surf Craft by Kevin Cunningham

    Spirare: Sustainable surfboards reclaiming debris and transforming trash into art.

    Successful!
    • 121% funded
    • $3,899 pledged
    • Funded

    Kevin Cunningham's (BArc + Fine Art '05) surfboard project that emphasizes green design and sustainable construction.

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    { S U P E R P O S I T I O N } by hyperopiaprojects

    A juried show of glass and glass-related sculpture in Seattle WA in June, 2011 concurrent with the Glass Art Society Conference.

    Successful!
    • 167% funded
    • $6,696 pledged
    • Funded

    Check out this super-innovative contemporary glass/visual media project by our alumni Helen Lee 06 GL, Alexander Rosenberg 06 GL and Matthew Szosz 07 GL!!

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    Niagara Falling by david and hijin

    Niagara Falling celebrates the natural wonder and contrasts it with the nearby city of Niagara Falls, NY, and considers the future of each.

    Successful!
    • 117% funded
    • $7,025 pledged
    • Funded

    Congrats to David Hodge 81ID for successfully funded his documentation of the photographic essay on the city of Niagara Falls.

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    Thesis Film: A Rare Portfolio by Matthew Davies

    My thesis film is a satirical horror film about an art student shows videos of her killing people to be critiqued in class.

    Successful!
    • 105% funded
    • $1,589 pledged
    • Funded

    FAV student, Matthew Davies, successfully funded his film project about a girl who decides to go a little too far in her exploration of artistic expression.

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    The Big Hammock by Hansy Better

    The idea is to design, build and install a big hammock in the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway.

    Successful!
    • 121% funded
    • $5,462 pledged
    • Funded

    Professor Hansy Better's awesome project to bring people together through design of public art and objects.

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    Defining "homeland" during a post-socialist transition from the USSR by Leonore Põder

    I'm traveling through Estonia and Ukraine-using photography/audio as a way to explore the struggle in defining identity in newly independent countries

    Successful!
    • 100% funded
    • $500 pledged
    • Funded

    Photo studentLeonore McCarthy's project on documenting her cross country trip from Estonia and Ukraine to define her "home".

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    "Not Mother": A Film About Kids, School, and Absurdities by Kendisan Kusumaatmadja

    "Not Mother" is a short narrative film about how a young girl and her brother respond to the absurdities within the school system.

    Successful!
    • 100% funded
    • $2,010 pledged
    • Funded

    Kendisan Kusumaatmadja's (FAV '10) degree project on the child education issues in Indonesia through storytelling and image-making.

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    Little City Gardens: An experiment in the economic viability of urban farming by brooke budner and caitlyn galloway

    Brooke and Caitlyn want to expand their urban farm business. They are carving a space in the market economy for urban food production.

    Successful!
    • 135% funded
    • $20,394 pledged
    • Funded

    Brooke Budner 04 PT proposes a project to continue building innovative and collaborative local food systems in SF Bay Area!

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    The Story of My Mother by Tiffany Ji Won Yoon

    I am an a Senior Film Student at the Rhode Island School of Design working of my year-long Degree Thesis Project.

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    • 102% funded
    • $2,040 pledged
    • Funded

    Senior film student, Tiffany Ji Won Yoon, successfully raised the funding for her degree thesis project!

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    Catalog: Soft Sculpture by Kait Rhoads

    Your generosity can help me expose my 'Soft Sculpture' artwork to its ideal audience by funding the printing of a catalog featuring it.

    Successful!
    • 101% funded
    • $2,025 pledged
    • Funded

    Kait Rhoads 93 GL raised the funding for the catalogue of her exhibit in Seattle.

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    Tranqui Yanqui: Crazy Cardboard and Latino Flare in Europe by Tranqui Yanqui

    An outlandishly colorful character hopes to engage people in Europe, harness their creativity, and orchestrate performance art shows.

    Successful!
    • 123% funded
    • $1,855 pledged
    • Funded

    Nick Mahshie 07 PT is hoping to create artistic performances with people in Zurich, Paris, and Ibiza that utilize his original hand-painted costumes.

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    Biking 400 Miles to Forever Abstract Librarianship by Katie Herzog

    A conceptual art project involving 100 librarians, 100 bicycles, 400 miles, and you.

    Successful!
    • 189% funded
    • $1,516 pledged
    • Funded

    Katie Herzog 01 PT is raising funds to participate in the first ever Librarian on Wheels conference, cycling from Copenhagen to Berlin!

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    Dale Radio Season 4 Superfund by James Bewley

    The Gowanus' own whiskey-fueled cultural talk-fest, Dale Radio, is gearing up for another season.

    Successful!
    • 117% funded
    • $1,877 pledged
    • Funded

    James Bewley 97 SC could use a little help launching season 4 of his arts and culture podcast, Dale Radio.