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In an attempt to prove a model that lets a product designer release work as open source, and still make a living, I am releasing 3 pieces of jewelry.
In an attempt to prove a model that lets a product designer release work as open source, and still make a living, I am releasing 3 pieces of jewelry.
37 backers pledged $1,550 to help bring this project to life.

New Shiny Stuff

We're now less than halfway through this Kickstarter project, and funding is already at 86% of the goal. To everyone who has donated, thank you so much!

At this point I want to let you know about an upgrade to the backer rewards, and talk a bit more about what will happen if this project exceeds the goal.

In the past week I have been working on a series of shiny polished jewelry, which will eventually be available for purchase as a premium product due to the copious amount of additional labor that goes into each piece. These will be the pieces that I continue to sell once the designs are open sourced and originals can be purchased at cost.

Now for the best part: every reward sent out to backers is now upgraded to be premium polished jewelry!

In addition, if the project exceeds the goal of $1500 before the end of the month, I will give everyone who is donating at the $100 level or above the opportunity to choose from ANY of the open sourced jewelry, including the bonus pieces listed at the end of the project description. So if it goes high enough, you may be able to pick from the Flora, Tendril, or Spine earrings, or grab a pair of Tentacle cufflinks (all shiny and polished, of course :) )

So tell your friends, and stay tuned to see how many additional pieces we can get open sourced!

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      Quyn Marie Patton (deleted) on August 22, 2010

      beautiful crafting! Lovely pieces, I am so happy you are nearing your goal. I just learned of this site, three days ago.

    2. Lastwear on August 20, 2010

      Wow, love th eway they look with the extra finishing. Great work Noah!