GRAFFER Ink: A Legal Medium for Graffiti Artists launches Kickstarter Campaign
Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, Graffer Ink will Offer a Whole New Legal Medium to the Graffiti Artists Worldwide!
November 09, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Timothy Freeman is a US Army veteran from El Paso, Texas and he is introducing an exciting new project to promote legal graffiti art around the world. Thousands of talented artists practicing graffiti get arrested each year just because they do not have a legal platform to practice, polish and portray their artistic skills. Timothy has initiated this amazing project called ‘Graffer Ink’ for all such artists and he is now welcoming everyone to generously support his initiative on Kickstarter’s crowdfunding platform.
“My idea is to have a safe workshop where people can see proofs of an artist’s work and pick and choose what they like and have it permanently painted on their car followed by a clear protective coat to keep it looking new for years to come.” Said Timothy Freeman, while introducing the project to the Kickstarter community. His goal is to raise a sum of $100,000 with this Kickstarter campaign and he is welcoming art lovers from around the world to generously support his idea.
According to Timothy, he is also looking for a physical location and a few less expensive cars to showcase what this project has to offer, so that it can become a mobile billboard to demonstrate the potential of this project. Moreover, the participants of this workshop will also have a hands on experience with automotive bodywork and painting as well as their custom works.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1842704040/legal-graffiti-with-graffer-ink and supporters from around the world can back this project by making pledges and donations. Pledges can be made from $25 to $5000 or more, with each pledge offering a great reward. More details regarding the project are available on the Kickstarter campaign page.
Graffer Ink is an inspiring art project started by a US Army veteran, Timothy Freeman and the project aims at promoting graffiti art on legal mediums like never before. It will not only encourage the artists to practice this art legally but will also give them a platform to showcase their talent with the world. Timothy is now seeking generous community support for this project on Kickstarter and he is welcoming donations.