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Ephemeral: Issue 2

A project in Norwich, UK by Lily Lambie-Kiernan

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The second issue of Ephemeral. An illustration publication that explores subjects closely associated to ephemerality.
Backers: 27
Average Pledge Per Backer: £37

Funded: £1,001 of £1,000
Dates: Jan 25th -> Mar 26th (60 days)
Project By: Lily Lambie-Kiernan
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March 24th - via:
We hit our target! Of course, the Kickstarter is still open until the time runs out. I would like to say thank you for supporting my passion project. It means so much to me. Next step is creating and sending out the rewards to all of you and then... (Read More)

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We took a trip to see our partners at the John Innes Centre last week, in preparation for some exciting site visits with various illustrators. Ruby our collaborator and staff member at the centre, toured Mitch (Forsyth) and myself (Lily... (Read More)

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