This is the best Kickstarter survey I’ve ever received.
My very own Shattered Glass T-Shirt will be on its way!
Fun with Surveys!
Holy shit we did it! We’re shooting our first feature length comedy this September. Wanted to give a big TRL shout out and thanks to all the folks that supported the kickstarter and spread the word. I love you all. Seriously, means a lot to me and don’t know that I can say that enough.
As Bela Lugosi says in the film Ed Wood, “Lets shoot this fucker”.
This is what a successful project looks like on the Kickstarter App for iPhone.
Help, the kickstarter app is coming onto me! (Love little nice touches like these in nice apps~) #Kickstarter
Oh hey, we didn’t see you there!
DIY magazine app.
Exciting progress on Letter to Jane, an iPad art magazine and an open-source code project to build your own.
The preview app has been built and released, and the lineup for the issue is stacked — including features with Wim Wenders, Marc Maron, Miranda July, and many others.
Letter to Jane: Issue 04 List of Contributors
In no particular order:
Plus more original artwork and features. Coming soon…
A quiet moment.
A few weeks ago, you may remember us glowing about Cesar Kuriyama’s One Second Everyday project. Cesar’s app allows people to do one very simple thing — stitch together one second clips of everyday existence into a giant collage of your life.
Thar she blows.
From the hungry minds behind last year’s Kickstarter hit, Catball Eats It All, here’s a new indie game with heart — and stomach.
Rusty the Rainbow Whale is a quirky side scroller starring the titular sea creature. Feed Rusty enough hamburgers and he can encircle the world in a rainbow. Help this massive mammal make the whole world smile — it’s our Project of the Day.
Don’t let life pass you by.
On his 30th birthday, Cesar Kuriyama started recording one second of his life every day.
His new Kickstarter project, 1 Second Everyday, will fund a simple mobile app that makes it easy for you to do the same, turning a phone into a portable documentary of your own existence. It’s your story — and our Project of the Day.
East Coast friends: Remember Dark Sky, the Kickstarter-funded weather app that makes storm tracking an aesthetic experience? As you can see, the program reveals Hurricane Sandy to be a beautiful beast.
Now get indoors and stay safe.
John Sundstrom, the James Beard award-winning chef behind popular Seattle restaurant Lark, is creating a cookbook app that will feature 90+ of his favorite recipes alongside step-by-step instructions, behind-the-scenes videos, and mouth-watering food photography. He’ll also invite backers to test-drive recipes and share feedback — making this a truly “Come one, come all!” dining experience. Join us to in saying bon appétit to him as our Project of the Day!