Tomorrow Kickstarter is supposed to send me confirmation that all donations have cleared and release the funds. So rewards will ship out later this week and I will also be contacting those of you who are local deliveries for the bigger pieces. Meanwhile back the mural I've continued to work on it almost everyday and in the last few days the details are starting to be fine tuned. The wall is scheduled to remain up through mid May and then be moved to the properties border along Northrup to be used as the construction fence for the new project. But I'm just the artist so what do I know. I want to again thank every one of you not only for your donations but for also helping to restore my faith in why I do things like this mural. A belief that there is still a desire in other people like me who just want to see more cool shit happen for no other reason than it's cool. No attempt to sell or manipulate you in any way (MegA rare these days), no hoopla, no media blitz, and no ego promotion. Just making ugly walls into something that everyone can enjoy is a tiny ripple that can eventually become a tsunami. Finally none of this would have happened without all of the support I've received from Doug Shapiro at Hoyt. His belief in and excitement for this mural is the fire that fueled this entire project. Doug truly loves this kind of art and I feel very lucky to call him my friend.
Thanks to every one of you for contributing. As soon as the rain stops I promise to continue to create a mass of weirdness that will radiate throughout the surrounding sea of beige.
Lotsa love, Klutcho
Here are two pics showing the wall from the beginning to present.