This is Crowdsourcing Mornings! This post takes place every weekday morning and highlights one crowdsourcing project I liked from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or other crowdsourcing websites.
What if Andy Warhol was alive and well living in Lower Manhattan, painting, creating, doing what an artist in 2018 would do today? What would he bring to the table? Lucas Stoffel (http://lucasstoffel.com/art) Millennial American Pop Artist is doing it, he’s taking up where Warhol left shaping today’s pop culture into his own unique view. His latest pop Culture masterpiece: The Easy Bake Unicorn Cookbook Http://UnicornCookbook.com
Stoffel came to NYC in January 2001, has had several solo exhibitions at the Art Directors Club, The Gallery at New World Stages to name a few. He’s traveled the world collecting over 11,000 followers to his colorful unique Instagram (http://instagram.com/lucasstoffel) which he then goes back and turns into pop art masterpieces. But now he has taken everything one step further, and expanded his pop art vision into the rainbow colored food trend that has incapsulated the internet!
Stoffel’s candy colored showpiece is wrapped in nostalgia, and steeped in tales from a delightfully 80’s inspired childhood. Luke spent much of the winter digging through his grandmothers old recipe box, crafting and photographing a series of 26 desserts, which are the truest representation of a millennial mom’s dreams, this cookbook (http://unicorncookbook.com) inspired by Stoffel’s childhood easy bake obsession is the truest representation of the 21st century Unicorn madness.
As of July 20th, this project has raised $7,000 of their $4,500 goal. This project has 15 days left to raise as much as it can. For a pledge of $15, you will get easy bake cards. For a pledge of $25, you will get one cookbook. To learn more and to pledge money, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1344396242/the-easy-bake-unicorn-cookbook?ref=62df98
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