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Past articles by Kickstarter:

‘Hair Love’ Oscar Shows a Route to Better Representation in Hollywood

The big win for the short film that started on Kickstarter is an inspiring bridging of popular demand and critical acclaim. → Read More

Projects We Love: Moon over This NASA-Inspired Watch

This project roundup was originally shared in our Projects We Love newsletter. Sign up to get it in your inbox every Thursday. Featured projects —Trappist-1 Watch: NASA Edition —LomoChrome… → Read More

Projects We Love: Great Things Come in Small Packages

DIY coding kits, an Agatha Christie reprint, and brew-anywhere java. → Read More

Projects We Love: Inside the Mind of a Techno Pioneer

This project roundup was originally shared in our Projects We Love newsletter. Sign up to get it in your inbox every Thursday. Featured projects — Laurent Garnier: Off the Record — Auction Block… → Read More

Projects We Love: Become a Molecular Mixologist

Or a bio-artist, or a DNA tinkerer — all with one desktop device. → Read More

Projects We Love: Your Faves Are Back

New art toys by Superplastic, a Malika: Warrior Queen sequel, and more. → Read More

Happening: Merry Critmas!

The “Critical Role” cast shares their favorite live projects. → Read More

Photos: Kickstarter Music Communed with the Cosmos (and the Golden Dawn Arkestra) at SXSW 2019

Meredith Graves, our Director of Music, shares highlights from our Ritual to the Sun King party at SXSW. Photos by Ryan Vestil. → Read More

Projects We Loved: 26 of Our Favorite Kickstarter-Funded Projects from 2018

Kickstarter staff share their favorite projects from the past year. → Read More

How Creative Tech Founders Survive CES – Kickstarter Magazine –

Some people love CES. The tech megaconference that’s hosted in Las Vegas each January is a frenzy of networking and new tech. It’s the best way to see the most new products for the year ahead. It’s… → Read More

News Has Become Noise. Tortoise Wants to Change That.

The co-founders of Tortoise hail from Dow Jones and the BBC. Their mission: to help readers slow down and wise up. → Read More

How an Art Joke Dragged Constant Dullaart through Hardware Hell

“My life is a joke,” says Constant Dullaart. “I feel like I’m entitled to take other people with me in the joke.” English speakers sometimes assume that the Dutch artist adopted a pseudonym as part… → Read More

The Trips and Tips That Inspired These Designers’ Excellent Travel Bags

They created their Kickstarter projects because they love to explore, so naturally they have some great advice for fellow adventurers. → Read More

Why New Episodes of ‘The Aquabats! Super Show!’ Will Be Weirder Than Ever

The superhero ska band is back on the scene with a Kickstarter project to revive their Emmy-winning TV series. → Read More

Planning Your Perfect-Sized Kickstarter Book Project

Gold-leaf fantasies and softcover realities: a comprehensive guide to planning your first Kickstarter book project by creator Elly Blue. → Read More

Edmund McMillen on Creating His Twisted Tabletop Game, ‘The Binding of Isaac: Four Souls’

The game designer behind ‘The Binding of Isaac’ and ‘Super Meat Boy’ talks about what he does during a creative drought. → Read More

‘Color Problems’: Rediscovering a Forgotten Female Pioneer of Color Theory

A publisher and a record label have teamed up to reissue a visionary work by 20th-century artist and scholar Emily Noyes Vanderpoel. → Read More

How Do I Build a Community That Will Support My Work?

Dan Schoenbrun and Vanessa McDonnell are the independent filmmakers and Kickstarter Creators-in-Residence behind the experimental variety TV show The Eyeslicer. They funded the show, which they… → Read More

Ask Outreach: How Do I Share Work in Progress While Preserving Mystery?

Answered by Patton Hindle, Kickstarter’s Director of Arts. → Read More

‘In the Soup’: How Matt Grady Rescued This 1992 Sundance Winner

How does a classic of early ’90s independent cinema — a Sundance Film Festival winner, beloved by critics, with an all-star cast — nearly fall off the face of the Earth? In 2014, independent film… → Read More