The Kickstarter campaign for Cards for Culture – Museum Edition has been backed by people from 17 different countries. Wow. After the rewards found their way to supporters from Argentina to New Zealand and from Norway to New York, many of you took the time to share a photo of their arrival. Thanks! Nothing says international community, even in a highly connected age, like seeing an idea being useful to people across timezones. Some of our favourites:
Alastair Somerville made a Vine of his unboxing of Cards for Culture:
— Alastair Somerville (@Acuity_Design) December 16, 2015
Barbara Ganley is using her copy to run a workshop for change makers:
— Barbara Ganley (@bgblogging) January 4, 2016
Emma Balch used a strategy card to test the coffee in Buenos Aires:
— Emma Balch (@dobleMdesign) January 6, 2016
Marta Bergese used the cards as a Christmas present for her team:
— Marta Bergese (@martabergese) December 26, 2015
Follow Cards for Culture on Twitter to see more photos, and share your own story of how you use Cards for Culture with the hashtag #cardsforculture.
Regular sales of Cards for Culture – Museum Edition started this January via our completely updated website www.cardsforculture.com.
Cards for Culture – Museum Edition is created by Erik Schilp and Jasper Visser and designed by Robin Stam.