EcogamiShop launches Kickstarter Campaign for Papercraft!

Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, The Project will Inspire Creative Minds to make their Own Paper Sculptures!

Papercraft is a new trend around the world and a French artist is promoting this trend with its all-new, inspiring and creative project. Known as the EcogamiShop, the project enables creative minds to create their own paper sculptures and it also offers downloadable templates for these unique pieces of paper art. Moreover, the project is currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter with a goal to raise a small sum of EUR 600, and everyone is welcome to contribute.

“It is easy, relaxing and a self-rewarding project for everyone willing to express his or her creative talent by using nothing but a piece of paper.” Said Eric François, the creator of this project, while introducing it to the Kickstarter community. EcogamiShop also offers free template models for download so that even beginners can easily start without the need of any specialized equipment.

The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: and supporters from around the world can become a part of this inspiringly creative project by making generous pledges and donations. The project offers endless shapes and objects made from paper and for the backers, several rewards in form of templates are available with worldwide shipping. More details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.

About EcogamiShop

EcogamiShop is a personal project of Éric François, a French artist living between Buenos Aires, Argentina and Paris, France. Eric is simply promoting art in one of its purest forms and instead of relying on technology or 3D printers, he is using the old school methods of creating art by using nothing but hands. He is currently raising funds for this project on Kickstarter and everyone is welcome to support him.

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Company Name: EcogamiShop
Contact Person: Eric Th├ępaut
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Phone: (+54911) 32313525
City: Buenos Aires
Country: Argentina