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New Print Series : The Space Telescopes Including James Webb

Our Kickstarter is now funding. Featuring the great space observatories— including JWST!

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This series now funding on Kickstarter marks a departure from the Spacecraft Series we started in 2014. These new screen prints have a whole new look, will be a more standardly sized at 18" x 24", and printed in four colors. The first goal is $3600 and as of this email, we are already halfway there. 
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In keeping with our process, we have revealed only one design to the series so far. Shown above is poster #1 for the James Webb Space Telescope. A natural choice for opening this new series considering the excitement and groundbreaking science this new observatory promises to generate. Seeing objets at nearly the point of creation itself, 13.5 billion years in the past.
Please consider supporting the campaign today by becoming a backer. Images are yet to come for the smaller items, but the campaign also offers JWST tees, stickers, pins, and more affordable archival digital prints at smaller sizes. 
NEXT GOALS: GOALS AT $5000 and $6600
If and when the campaign reaches $5000 we will design and produce a screen printed poster for the Planet Finders (Kepler, Spitzer, and Tess). A nickname for the suite of space observatories responsible for finding thousands of planets beyond our own solar system. Then at $6600 we will produce a third poster for the series featuring the Hubble Space Telescope.
NOTE: We do expect to reach all three goals. So all three posters are considered in all the rewards currently available. Why do it this way? We think it is more fun and it gives us more opportunity to promote the campaign as each design is revealed. 
Thanks to all you crazy subscribers.
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