Graphic designer and illustrator, Ben Mitchell, has volunteered his piece from the POWER UP Video Game Art Show as the limited edition poster for pledges of $175 or more.
Posters will be five-color screen printed, numbered, and signed by Ben and myself. Ben is also in the works cooking up a brand new tee concept!
For a better look visit: http://subjecthive.tumblr.com/post/28829666217/itsrainingben-here-is-my-punch-out-poster
A week in and we are 10% funded. Woohoo! A big thanks to everyone who has pledged so far, especially:
- Roger H ☜☆☞ The Great Giana Backer ☜☆☞
- Shawn Green
What else has been going on?
- 12 tweets, 7 following, 5 followers
- 30 Facebook friends
- 38 backers, 16 comments, 1 update
- 3 posts by other people
- A few hits to pixelperfectbooks.com
A long way to go so keep spreading the word!
Thanks to Sara Morrison from the Columbia Journalism Review who was kind enough to feature the book in their weekly column, The Kickstarter Chronicles.
Ross from the amazing 8-bit ZOMBIE (the best retro gaming gear site on the net) has written a flattering post on Facebook.
He’s kindly offered to donate a few King Hippo tees like the one I’m wearing in the Kickstarter video. Will keep you posted!
Next step is to try and drum up some attention on Twitter. Started by tweeting to Mike Tyson and Nintendo of America. View the lack of response at:
Created a Facebook account, uploaded some photos, liked hundred of pages, added a few friends, joined a few dozen groups and posted on as many walls before being suspended!
Apologies to any people/groups I may have offended, but I’m new to this whole self-promotion thing. Direct all your likes to:
Thanks to the great Supersized jQuery plugin and the beautiful photography of James Ser, the marketing page is now online!
Visit it at: http://pixelperfectbooks.com