Numbers League has been invited to the Strong's National Museum of Play. Looking for help to cover printing and production costs.
Hi! My name is Chris Pallace, half of Bent Castle Workshops and illustrator for the superhero game, Numbers League. I co-created Numbers League a few years back, won a few honors, and just released a Numbers League iPad game! Now I have a wonderful opportunity to have my work displayed at The Strong’s National Museum of Play but I must now raise funds to pay for the printing and material costs for the giant-sized artwork I want/intend to display
The Numbers League display will feature a bevy of full sized heroes and other elements from the streets of Infinity City. Interactive materials including mix and match coloring books for younger visitors, and how to design your own hero for the older kids (and adults). Even my wife, Tina, is getting in on the action by lending her considerable talents to design costumes. Suit up and have your picture taken next to your favorite hero!
I grew up loving art and (dare I say it) math. I thrilled over geeky science facts and then read about men and women in capes ignoring those same facts. For some reason one fueled the other. Numbers League reunites those two childhood loves. Living up to the superhero tradition by doing its own small part to make the world a better place with smarter kids.
This opportunity with the Strong’s Museum of Play is a perfect fit, but it’s also quite expensive. They're providing the space but the costs still fall to me. Much more than what’s in my budget so I’m asking you to reach into your own utility belt and lend a hand. As the acting Mayor of Infinity City you have my heartfelt thanks.
Overfund Bonus: If we reach $3000, we'll also do a one day drop in the Numbers League App price to $1.99.
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