New York, NY – March 20, 2015 – Allison Krier, creator and founder of Neon Signs, has announced that the e-magazine launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise seed-money to develop the first issue. The bi-monthly magazine addresses the evolution of art and culture from the 1960’s to the present. It has reached over 50 percent of the goal, which is to gather $2,200 by April 5th, 2015.
Neon Signs is an inspiring magazine that satisfies an individual’s thirst for creative work. It provides a unique perspective of the facets of art and culture on an easy to access Internet platform. There will be exclusive subscriptions that will become available at an affordable rate, along with limited free access. The well-rounded and engaging online publication provides great content to appease the art enthusiasts around the world. Each issue will be curated around a certain theme expressed through feature articles, interesting blog entries, reviews, image galleries, videos, and much more. Editors will also highlight their top picks for exhibition, shows, and happenings.
The e-magazine aims to influence readers thought-provoking experience thanks to quality content. Krier hopes to give society insight on modern and contemporary art. Neon Signs will cover subjects like fine art, design fashion, film, music, and various arts. Professionals will compose critical analysis and provide a personal perspective on topics that is derived from critical historical research and accurate reporting.
Neon Signs plans to publish their first issue, “The Matter of Artificiality”, by late May or early June. Funds from the campaign will help create the issue and fund start-up costs. Those who wish to make a contribution can visit the Kickstarter campaign or click here. Supporters can choose from many attractive rewards as a “thank you” for the donation.
The campaign is so close to funding. A donation of any amount matters! Remember, this is an “all-or-nothing” deal. If they don’t reach the goal then it can be years before this revolutionary magazine can be available to the public
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Company Name: Neon Signs
Contact Person: Allison Krier
Country: United States