“Celestial Cities” is a limited set of cities illustrations made by David Fleck. The nine illustrations are created from engraved wood blocks, printed on paper painted in different colors inspired by our solar system’s planets. A series presented by href=”https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1623436576/celestial-cities”>Kickstarter
Here is a Kickstarter project proposed by the Chinese firm Impossible Technology. This lightweight electric bike folds up to save space, the mechanism also allows you to fold or unfold the bicycle as soon as possible. With a battery life of 45 minutes its speed is 20 km/h. To discover.
28 years old designer Ruthy Shafrir is the creator of the shelf Ruche : a unit storage that we can build without any tools. He got inspired by the beehive and the shape of alveolus, and has thought about making different sizes for his two models : the one in aluminum and the other in cardboard, both recycled and recyclable. To discover.
Historic Robotic Spacecraft Poster Series is a Kickstarter project submitted by the store t-shirts online Chopshopstore. This project aims to finance the production of three screen-printed posters celebrating the most popular and most notable interplanetary robotic space missions. To discover.
Chess is an unusual chessboard project : vertically hanging, it adorns the wall like a picture and can be contemplated as functional art piece. By its innovative design, it symbolizes creativity and help to consider this game differently, as more participative and less elitist. A project thought by Sean Connell and proposed on Kickstarter, to discover in the gallery.
American designer John Irons has imagined the Trace lamp : a minimalist light that the user can build himself very easily. The idea was to create a lamp with the less material as possible, that we can build and re-build rapidly but that also keeps its function. You can support this project on Kickstarter.
Presented on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, the project Type Letterpress Desk Calendar designed by Jordan & Nathan Mummert of iSkelter wants to use eco-friendly materials and machines from 1960s to provide an wonderful everyday object, whose images are to be discovered in the gallery.
“Wish I Was Here” tells the story of a dad that can’t afford the education for his children and who will teach them himself at home. Full of imagination and finesse, this movie has been directed by Zach Braff thanks to Kickstarter : it will be released in theaters on July the 18th. The teaser of the trailer is to discover below.
The designer Duncan Shotton has launched a new project on Kickstarter : pencils papers whose core is rainbow sky. Another particularity, they are made not of wood but of recycled paper and will be developed in black and white according to the creator. A playful and aesthetic experience in pictures project.
Skyline Chess creates original chess whose pieces are emblematic buildings of the city of London. Therefore, Big Ben, the London Eye or the Gherkin can be find in it representing respectively the Rook, the Knight and the Bishop. A surprising Kickstarter project hosted to be discovered.
New York-based graphic designer Mike Doyle created an impressive 200,000 LEGO pieces sculpture called Contact 1. Presented for a Kickstarter project, he wants to create a series of sculptures celebrating spirituality, peaceful fantastical worlds under the name “Contact Series”. To discover in the article.