Concept Tarot

A project in Berlin, Germany by Henny

Cancelled by Creator

A modern interpretation of the Tarot game, inspired by art, social sciences, philosophy – and the world that we actually live in.
Backers: 4
Average Pledge Per Backer: €55

Funded: €218 of €3,800
Dates: Apr 16th -> May 17th (31 days)
Project By: Henny
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April 21st - via:
I was very excited to see what would happen when I launched my first Kickstarter project. The idea was not to notify friends and acquaintances, but to rely solely on the impact of the game to see what the actual sales demand would be. The response... (Read More)

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