Glitch art book shatters fundraising goal

Shawn Schuster
S. Schuster|01.18.13

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Glitch art book shatters fundraising goal
Glitch art book shatters fundraising campaign goal
Glitch may be down, but it's not out. The whimsical, non-violent MMO closed its doors on December 9th of last year, but fans of the game still hold its memory close to their hearts.

That's exactly why former art director Brent Kobayashi (AKA Meowza, AKA Kukubee) decided to gather together everything that he and the Glitch art team designed over the years, including never-before-seen concept art and some worlds that didn't make it to the game. Through Indiegogo (one of the many alternatives to Kickstarter), Brent set up a project to raise $17,000 for production of a hardcover book showcasing the art of Glitch. But as happens with the internet, the initial goal was shattered with the current money raised at just over $105,000 with 34 hours left to go on the campaign.

The good news is that this book will certainly become a reality. The better news is that you still have time to grab one for yourself!

[Thanks to Sounder for the tip!]
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