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Kind of an awkward Kickstarter title here, but it does get the point across:
Screen Printing: On the Cheap Book is a project that aims to create a DIY guide to screen printing. In their words:
This is a do-it-yourself manual that instructs how to screen print from your living space and design a semiprofessional shop on a modest budget. By utilizing cumulative knowledge from industry professionals throughout Minneapolis, it’s the most comprehensive how-to book about screen printing at home.
Right now, the project is at $6753 of their $10000 goal, with 18 days to go. This definitely seems like a worthwhile project, and if you’ve ever been interested in printing your own T-shirts or posters, you’ll want to pre-order the book and help them meet their goal.
Being somewhat of a foodie and living in Portland, I’m going to come right out and endorse the idea of Cheese & Crack. Charcuterie, cheese, and homemade cracker in a food cart sounds like an ideal picnic lunch.
At this writing, Cheese & Crack is $161 short of their $2500 goal with 23 days to go. I’m positive they’ll make their goal, and I’m really looking forward to some artisan nosh.
UPDATE: Cheese & Crack has met their funding goal, I’m going to get to try their cart out!