A Little Goes A Long Way: Give These Three Art Kickstarters A Fighting Chance

Another day, another round of fantastic independent projects that are just waiting to be given a chance. Fans of illustration, sequential art and crafts are going to find a lot to love in the list below. Even if you’re low on cash, a quick signal boost on your social media account can go a long way for creators who are looking to get their work out there!

For past Kickstarters that I’ve boosted, just click here and see what other cool creations could still use some of your help!

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1. The Sun And The Wayward Wind

The United States is a massive country…and with it, a massive amount of fascinating urban legends, folktales and local myths that are begging for a good re-imagining. The Sun And The Wayward Wind is a full-color comics and illustration anthology ready to transform how you look at the mundane and the fantastic.

With over two dozen comic teams and illustrators combining their strengths and perspectives, this is a compilation that’ll look brilliant on any shelf or coffee table.

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Got Some Spare Change? Check Out These Three Kickstarters That Need Your Help

Are you a fan of art books? How about speculative fiction that runs the gamut of fantasy to sci-fi? The Kickstarters below have anywhere from three weeks to just a week left to go and could use some of your spare change or signal boosting to see completion.

(For those unfamiliar with Kickstarter, here’s an overview — it’s a crowdfunding platform that sees thousands of projects completed every year, ranging from small zines to short films to fashion movements. Unlike Indiegogo, it operates on an all-or-nothing approach. Unless the target goal for the project is met, it won’t receive its funding. This is what makes spreading the word so important!)

Without further ado…


1. Uncanny Magazine – Disabled People Destroy Science-Fiction

Filled to the brim with talented writers and boasting some impressive covers done by illustration heavyweights such as Julie Dillon and Galen Dara, Uncanny Magazine has done some serious work carving out its identity in a sea of competition. Winner of the legendary Hugo Award and exceeding over a dozen issues of their compilation work, this one puts an emphasis on exploring disability in the realm of fiction.

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