I would have loved these when I was a kid. Great looking Kickstarter by Vlad Dragusin + Candylab Toys. ‘Heirloom wood toy cars, inspired by mid-century American design and car culture.’ Pretty impressive the about amount of work that goes into brining a toy to market. Follow the link below to support Candlab’s Kickstarter and watch the video.
Here’s a new kickstarter from a fellow Irish Architect James McBennett (Fabsie) looking for support for a really great initiative to produce ready to assemble on demand laser cut plywood furniture. The stools come in 3 different designs and can all be out together in less than a minute.
I saw this Kickstarter project during the week and thought it was worth sharing. “BLAZE is a beautifully designed, high-quality bike light that also aims to significantly improve a cyclist’s visibility and safety!” The video below explains how it works using a green laser that shines onto the road in front extending the cyclists visibility to avoid being caught in blind spots or vehicles turning across them. You can pledge some cash to help make this happen over on Kickstarter.
Only 5 days left to get involved in American Illustrator Ryan Andrew’s Kickstarter for his new book ‘Nothing is Forgotten, a collection of short stories’. If he manages to raise $30,000 by the 1st of August he’ll be adding his new short story ‘The Tunnel’, three page preview here. You can see his prints below which he’s made for all the kickstarter supporters and a few images of what the hard back copy will look like. I’ve done my bit now it’s your turn.
The very talented Ryan Andrews is running a Kickstarter to raise funds for publishing a collection of his illustrated short stories ‘Nothing is Forgotten‘, ‘Sarah and the Seed‘ and ‘Our Blood Stained Roof‘. The images of the book look amazing; with its French Folds and Sewn Binding. I’m really looking forward to getting mine in the post. Ryan has already reached his target amount but if you’re looking to pick up an original drawing or print this is a good way of going about it. You can find our previous post about Ryan Andrews here.