Dungeonology: the expedition

The Apollo 11 Collection

A project in Chicago, IL by Rob Loukotka

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Posters of every item NASA sent to the moon. 69 drawings of gadgets, dehydrated foods, space suits and more!
Backers: 974
Average Pledge Per Backer: $33

Funded: $31,994 of $1,450
Dates: Jun 21st -> Jul 21st (31 days)
Project By: Rob Loukotka
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Latest News

Crowdfunding is a popular way to raise money. Just don't count on getting a refund if something goes wrong.

April 15th - via: chicagotribune.com
Rob Loukotka launched his fifth Kickstarter project in the summer of 2017. Within a month, the Chicago-based artist had raised more than $20,000 online from nearly 400 people across the country. In exchange for the capital, Loukotka promised to create posters with gold ink that depicted ACME Corp. products from the Looney Tunes cartoons. (Read More)

Final 24 hours & Moon Landing Anniversary Today!

July 20th - via: kickstarter.com
Anniversary of Apollo 11 today!July 20th, 1969 - The day mankind first walked on the moon. I'm trying to get The Apollo 11 Collection poster onto as many people's walls as possible! And there's only 24 hours left to get posters here on Kickstarter... (Read More)

Apollo posters in the news!

July 6th - via: kickstarter.com
We're now haflway¬†through this Apollo project! 700 backers have raised $22,766 so far.¬†The Apollo 11 Collection posters has been featured in some great articles, so if you wanted to see a bit of the posters in the news, here you go! io9 / Gizmodo:... (Read More)

How to Draw: Apollo 11 B&W Lunar Television Camera (Video)

July 1st - via: kickstarter.com
The Apollo 11 lunar television camera was built by Westinghouse, and is the actual camera that shot the famous footage broadcast to Earth of Neil Armstrong setting foot on the moon for the first time. It could survive insane variations in temperature... (Read More)

69 Apollo objects in 1 minute (video) + Success so far!

June 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks so much to everyone so far for backing The Apollo 11 Collection poster! 246 people (so far) seem to be huge space fans like me, and I'm looking forward to printing these and getting them in your hands. We're 541% funded only a few days in,... (Read More)

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