Outreach efforts over the past couple of days have been quite substantial, and to anyone who has lent a hand in helping make that happen, another hearty thank you to you.
One of our artists on board, Coop, had a couple of friends put the word out over Twitter to great effect.
With retweets and such, quite literally hundreds of thousands of folks became aware of our project here. So, to Coop, and his friends Marc Maron and Tom Scharpling, we say thank you! Great stuff.
Tech savvy bloggers BoingBoing picked up on our dream of building a custom pinball arcade and put together a sweet piece that most definitely generated a grip of traffic - http://boingboing.net/2013/02/19/kickstarter-pinball-machines.html – and considering the fact that their community is one of Makers, to grace their pages is quite the honor.
The folks over at Laughing Squid followed up their story on our latest custom pin, Evil Mansion, with a thorough report on our Kickstarter campaign that we've since launched - http://laughingsquid.com/bring-back-the-arcade-a-custom-pinball-arcade-art-show-featuring-designs-by-underground-artists – two stories so close together is mighty generous of them to contribute. Duly noted.
Another participating artist, Alex Pardee, blogged it out - http://eyesuckink.blogspot.com/2013/02/customized-pinball-machines-yes-please.html – across the many realms of his social media empire. Tuning in to his ever so active Facebook page might be a good look for you.
Thanks again to everyone spreading the word.
If you're interested in turning on any of your friends to our project here, we'd certainly appreciate the support, and any of the links listed above are rabbit holes well worth sending someone tumbling down, as they mostly end up back here on Kickstarter, which is, of course, the raison d'etre of this communique.