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KUNYWA JASHO LANGU: Coffee Kenya. (Drink My Sweat)

A project in London, UK by Jake Green

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‘Kunywa Jasho Langu:Coffee Kenya’ is a stunning observation of the coffee industry in Kenya. A limited edition pre-release photobook.
Backers: 136
Average Pledge Per Backer: £42

Funded: £5,688 of £5,500
Dates: Jul 31st -> Aug 30th (30 days)
Project By: Jake Green
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Latest News

Success - 101% Funded - 16 hours to go!

August 29th - via: kickstarter.com
The Kickstarter is now fully funded!  Thank you to everyone who backed, everyone who shared and everyone involved with bringing the project to life! Keep an eye on instagram for creative updates and progress on the artist covers, interviews and the... (Read More)

82% Funded with 2 days to go!!!

August 27th - via: kickstarter.com
From preparing for the launch day - to launching it - to slowly but surely spreading the word. Being backed all over the world and by my close friends and neighbours. We are so close to the finishing line with 2 days to go! Please continue to share... (Read More)

Final cover design!!!

August 19th - via: kickstarter.com
The final cover has been Letterpressed by Russell Frost @ Hooksmith Press - this has now been scanned and artworked for screen printing the actual book cover. Yes! 96 pages of exclusive images... This book is a constantly evolving creative process -... (Read More)

This is just the beginning!!!

August 15th - via: kickstarter.com
75 of you amazing people have got involved so far! To me that's a lot! Thank you so much...  We've nearly hit the £2000 milestone and we're only just warming up. Thank you to everyone who has been sharing the project from Japan to the US - Leyton... (Read More)


August 8th - via: kickstarter.com
The project is nearly 20% funded and it’s all because of you!!! BIG 🙌🏽 & much ❤️ Please keep sharing and look out for the new rewards being added this week.  (Read More)

Exhibition Extended

August 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
I'm pleased to announce that due to popular demand the 'Kunywa Jasho Langu: Coffee Kenya' exhibition in London has been extended until the 11th August... Keep your eye on these updates for more book news soon. Cheers, J  (Read More)

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