4 STL Kickstarters You Can Help Fund

By Mackenzie Taylor
In Culture

A Kickstarter is a great way to get the project you’ve been working so hard on funded. All around St. Louis, people are starting crowd-funding pages to get their ideas off the ground. If you’re looking to help contribute to someone’s exciting project, here are four local Kickstarters you can contribute to.

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Masters of American Illustration by Fred Taraba
Ends on April 20
Author Fred Taraba contributed to the popular graphic arts magazine Step-By-Step Graphics, where his column, “Methods of the Masters,” documented the lives and methods of some of America’s finest illustrators. The book is a compilation of Taraba’s articles, reworked and revised, with new artwork made specifically for the book. Help get the book on bookshelves today.

Mauhaus Cat Cafe and Lounge
Ends on April 29
St. Louis, we’re finally getting a cat cafe with your help. Enjoy a nice coffee and cat snuggles at Mauhaus Cat Cafe and Lounge. The cafe will host a number of cats that will be available for adoption in hopes there will be an increase in adoption rates. Help the cafe get their start and donate to the Kickstarter today.

“Brace for Impact: The Crashlands Story”
Ends on May 1
“Brace for Impact: The Crashlands Story” is a documentary focusing on the St. Louis developers Butterscotch Shenanigans. The company consists of three brothers, the Coster brothers, who have been working on the mobile and PC game “Crashlands” for the past two years in response to one of the brothers battle with Stage 4B Lymphoma. Help fund the documentary today.

Yolklore
Ends on May 17
Folklore is the newest chef-inspired fast casual breakfast and brunch. The three founders—John Bogacki, Billy Oziranksky and Mary Boehne Bogacki—share a love of cooking, restaurants and breakfasts and welcome the challenge of opening their own breakfast restaurant. Help them take breakfast to the next level by donating to their Kickstarter today.

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