Alice in Wonderland has entertained countless people over the years. I found myself re-reading the collection and discovered a strong theme throughout the books. Good practical thinking. I wanted to start to share this through these posters. Six Impossible Things that are totally possible, is about self-reliance, and being a better person simply by doing what we should all strive to do.
Lewis Carroll's stories carry an easy to understand philosophy and common sense. It is all set against the backdrop of Wonderland where all of the inhabitants are unreasonable. The posters represent six of the best themes that come out of the books. I hope that you will help me fund my project and spread good ideas and the classical art.
I'm including the printing, packaging and shipping for your contribution of $20 per poster and hope you will entertain all six at $100 level.
I think these would be perfect for a workplace and home environment.
STRETCH GOAL #1 $750
Everyone who pledged for a mini or 16x20 poster will receive any one additional poster as part of their pledge in the size of their original pledge. So if you pledged for mini posters you get one more in a mini, pledged in 16x20 you get another single poster (SMILE is only available goal #2)
STRETCH GOAL #2 $1000
Everyone who pledged for a mini or 16x20 poster will receive this additional poster as part of their pledge in the size of their original pledge. So if you pledged for mini posters you get this one in a mini, pledged in 16x20 - SMILE. This will only be available if we reach 2nd stretch goal.
Keep an eye out for the CHANGE OF HEART GOAL toward the end of funding on Dec 18th.
Let's have some fun and make this Impossible Thing, Impossibly successful.
Thank you so much to all that have pledged.
STRETCH GOAL #3 $5000
I'll make 6 Impossible things before breakfast calendars. Since I have 7 out there, why not 12.
Each month will feature one of the Impossible things and a few you haven't seen. I'll start working an a design so I can deliver these with your pledges and still make the January mail out date.
I'm thinking something simple, on a nice glossy paper.
Here's the cover on the calendar:
Risks and challenges
My designs are completed. I am but one man and if the response is great, there could be a slight delay in delivery. I've taken in to consideration time to print and package and bumped the delivery date to January 2013.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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