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Periscope Studio, the Portland, Oregon, collective that’s home to more than 25 comics artists and writers, is looking to release a series of limited-edition art books, and it’s turning to Kickstarter to do it.
The $25,000 campaign, which launched Tuesday, is designed to fund the printing of 32-page, full-color books from each of six studio members: Ron Randall (Trekker), Paul Guinan (Boilerplate), David Hahn (Erfworld), Natalie Nourigat (Home Is Where the Internet Is), Erika Moen (Oh Joy, Sex Toy) and Benjamin Dewey (The Tragedy Series). There are also plans for a hardcover collecting all six books.
Pledge incentives include original art, signed and sketched-in books, art commissions. The campaign ends Dec. 19.