Bi-Weekly Art Show Inspired Art Book launches Kickstarter Campaign

Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, ‘Things Are Getting Sketchy – Vol 1’ is a 44-Page Art Book!

Things Are Getting Sketchy – Vol 1 is an all-new art book inspired by the biweekly art show called Things Are Getting Sketchy (TAGS). The 44-page art book is basically a collection of art from the show, and its creators have recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds and support for the project. Due to the overwhelming response of the backing community, the campaign was fully funded within the first hour, and it has exceeded its original goal of raising $1,000 by five times.

In addition, TAGS Vol 1 is a collection of art drawn over the last year on the show’s livestream by artists Mike Rooth, Hugh Rookwood, Karl Waller, Larry Watts, Casey Parsons, Sean Hill, Brenda Little, Philip Jean-Pierre, and Paul Limgenco. The show is all about art and it is full of fun, while at the end of each episode, the artwork is auctioned to support each artist on the show.

The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: and backers from around the world can become a part of this project by making generous pledges and donations. Moreover, the campaign has raised more than $5,000 so far, while more people continue to pledge. Furthermore, there is a wide range of rewards offered for the backers and more details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.

About This Project

Things Are Getting Sketchy is an art book inspired by the American bi-weekly art show called Things Are Getting Sketchy. The art book, and the show, both are all about art and encouraging the artists, who work hard to create unique and original art work. The book is currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter and is getting a phenomenal response from art lovers worldwide.

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