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A sculpture design that seems to show a jumble of fragments, but when viewed from two specific locations reveals hidden words.
A sculpture design that seems to show a jumble of fragments, but when viewed from two specific locations reveals hidden words.
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336 backers pledged $15,169 to help bring this project to life.

Kickstarter Fundraising Completed!

What an amazing experience! Thank you all so much for your support, this has been incredible. If you ever sent me a direct message, thanks for the kind words; if you didn't then I'm really sorry for not messaging you directly with my appreciation. You've all made this project possible, and I'd never dreamed it would go so well. Starting with a goal of 100 backers, I've reached 336! 

Now the real work begins! Working on this design is my top priority, and I'll keep you all updated as it progresses. Right now I'm working with manufacturing and distributors to make everything happen. When the time comes I'll be sending out a survey where I can get your information: I'll need a mailing address and a note indicating what sculpture combination you ordered - I want to make sure the orders go out correctly! There were a lot of custom combinations, so the pledge values vary a lot.

Lastly, if there's any feedback at all you have, I'd appreciate all of it. I wasn't the best communicator during this Kickstarter, but you're all great and I'd love your thoughts. If I should have posted more, or offered different pledges, let me know. When I post up the design, you can tell me what you think; I should have sketches up in the next few weeks. The design announcement will be in the next few days for sure, so look out for that!

Once again, thanks for everything, and if I ever run into you in the real world, I'd love to hang out and buy you a tasty beverage. I'll post again soon!




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    1. Mike Bratcher on April 24, 2012

      Awesome reply :)

    2. Skye on April 23, 2012

      I love waking up to things like this. Congratulations, Tom. How exciting! I've loved this project from the get-go. I've loved seeing how you work, and your design methodology. I always imagined you walking past the form and function hanging from the stairs, pausing, and giving them a little tweak or wiggle every now and then when you thought they needed a little fine adjusting.
      Also - I for one, am glad that I do not know what the final design will be. The mystery is intriguing, especially when it's clear that you put everything into them. Whatever it is, it will be a piece of you, and for me, not knowing is the best bit.
      Congratulations again. I'm thrilled for you, and for the support you have received. It was thoroughly deserved. Best wishes to you, Tom!