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Crowdfunders Are Making A 71,017 Square Foot Mosaic of Nicolas Cage’s Face

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Graphic designer Thom Malone is running a Kickstarter campaign to break the Guinness World Record for the largest mosaic in existence – it will be 71,017 square feet of Nicolas Cage’s face. A mosaic is a picture produced by arranging together smaller pieces of art. In this case, it will be a NFL Stadium sized picture of Cage’s face produced by arranging together small pics of fans. Malone initially put this campaign on…

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Modular Wearable Technology

Bond: Stay in Touch on Indiegogo

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Bond has a simple pitch – “We love tweets, we prefer tickles.” 140 characters isn’t always the way we want to communicate. And wearable tech isn’t always about having to measure yourself. Kwamecorp, a digital innovation agency and start-up investor, is the team behind the Bond bracelet. They have just announced a huge leap forward in miniaturized, modular wearable technology; founded upon a relationship between two people and then, the rest…

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Domino’s & the Eco-Carton Team Up to Bring You an Authentic Alternative to Plastic Bottles on Indiegogo

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Over 100,000 marine mammals and one million seabirds die each year from ingesting or becoming entangled in plastic. Not to mention, it a terrifying fact that it takes 500 to 1,000 years for plastic to degrade. Lastly, Americans spent over $11 billion dollars on bottled water, creating a need to dispose of 20 billion bottles. That’s why socially responsible Indiegogo campaigns like the Water Box are stand out stories and deserve…

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“Kickstarted” Movie: Documenting the Crowdfunding Revolution

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While many films have used the popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter for fundraising (most notably, the recent multi-million dollar raise for a new Veronica Mars movie), until now there has never been a film about the crowdfunding revolution itself. Directed and produced by Jason Cooper and Jay Armitage, the documentary shows the immense energy, emotion and sacrifice that goes into pulling off a truly successful campaign, but only  if it meets its funding goal of…

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