If you are reading this sitting behind your desk on a grey February day feeling uninspired, then check out the wealth of creative talent and energy on Kickstarter. It’s a market place where raw talent is traded for hard cash so that personal ambitions can be fulfilled. People who give money towards a project often receive rewards of greater value than their donation. There is something deeply satisfying about transactions like these, which neatly and effectively enable good creative stuff to happen.
We wanted to share information about two of the most impressive projects who’ve been in touch with us recently: Firstly, Martin Stranka’s campaign to fund an art book of his award-winning photography:
Also, the photographer Joey L’s project to produce a cinematic, narrative film collaborating with people and stories from Ethiopia’s Omo Valley: