Saturday, July 22, 2017

Something dark and different: a KickStarter I saw that you should see too

image capture: I do not own this image nor am I associated with this campaign

Let me preface this entry by stating that I do not know, am not affiliated with, and am not paid by James Vail.

Okay, legal statement over.   You can go straight to this KickStarter campaign with this LINK

I was cruising around blogger community looking at things and I found a post that caught my eye.

So I read it, was even more intrigued, and decided to check out the KickStarter campaign it was referencing.

What can I say?


Those of you who keep up with blog know I love to give credit where credit is due and James Vail needs a moment of attention.  His KickStarter is visually stunning, darkly provocative, and promises to present a project that is worthy of the backing he is offering.

I was looking it over, and I was particularly impressed by review quotes he included.  One of which was from none other than DBJ himself (if you haven't checked out DBJ you can do so on his YouTube channel HERE, he is great and the first and so far only channel I subscribe to on YouTube).  If you've seen DBJ's YouTube channel then his quotes for James Vail's Xas Irkalla should raise your eyebrows and make you want to dig deeper.

From my perspective, I like the simplicity of the presentation in the KickStarter.  I think it points more to the product than to hype and that is something I profoundly respect.  The art produced for the KickStarter is darkly stunning and worthy of its own attention.

Check out the KickStarter campaign HERE.

I'm a big believer in community and learning from one another.  I invite everyone who is developing their own product to take a look at this campaign.  I learned a few things (I know, I have a lot TO learn), and that is something I am grateful for.

So: Thank You James Vail ... I hope you fund to at least 200%

W.S. Quinton.

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