• A 200 page hardcover comics, prose and art collection by Alex Grecian, Jeremy Haun, B. Clay Moore & Seth Peck and collaborators.

    We feel these guys would be great for out Capes, Masks and Tights tour! just saying...

  • Fancy yourself a ghost hunter? Mr.Ghost plugs directly into your mic port to detect electromagnetic radiation sources.

    Nothing wrong with a little ghost hunting..

  • The Reversible Satin Collection is ready for production.

    Who doesn't love a good cape!

  • Imagine a movie that includes every day of the rest of your life…

    We think this is an amazing idea and project!

  • Sprout is a pencil that wants to be a plant when it grows up. When it's too short to use, plant Sprout to grow herbs, flowers and more!

    This is such an awesome way to work on your sketchbook!

  • CreativeMornings wants to build a growing, searchable archive of every talk from its 34 chapters around the world.

    Help support CreativeMorning! It's an amazing lecture series and we thinks it's swell.

  • A new work of multimedia performance - dance, music, theater and spoken word - created for and by you.

    Our own Caitlin has a really awesome project up! Check it out!

  • To study concepts of the future, an artist travels to the Arctic Circle aboard a tall ship to collaborate with emerging scientists.

    Check out our friend, Jason Kofke's, amazing project! Please help support him!

  • Cycling 15,000 miles across Europe+Asia to document real people, real stories, and real food. (Two small bikes!)

    An awesome project that inspires through storytelling!

  • We plan to transform an abandoned New York City trolley terminal into a vibrant community green space using new solar technology.

    We love underground parks!

  • An inspiring photo book by photographer Lauren Fleishman that will share the stories of couples married over five decades. Now available from Schilt Publishing.

    We just love love, and NYC!

  • I am photographing a collection of suitcases left behind by residents of the Willard Psychiatric Center in Willard, NY

    Jon Crispin is using photographs to archive and remember forgotten people of the past.

  • Break out those umbrellas because we are going to make it rain zines, Los Angeles.

    Support DIY publishing in LA as nearly 100 creators from across the country gather to exchange all the wonders of print.

  • "Machines" is a kinetic sculpture project performed with collaborating musicians.

    Help sculptor Kris Perry breathe new life into decommissioned manufacturing equipment.