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Projects We Love: Announcing All in 1

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What can you make in one quick week? This March, join us for All in 1, an open call for one-week projects to help you get your idea out there simply and swiftly. Learn more about the initiative — and how to get your project started — here.

And now, here are four new projects to explore.
By Ted Leo
Ted Leo's New Album: After years of touring, writing, and refining his creative process, indie rock stalwart Ted Leo is ready to make his next album — and he wants you to be a part of it.
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How to Move a Mountain: Monochrome paintings, copper tile prints, and limited-edition mosaics created in collaboration with Artspace are just a few of the rewards for backing this project to launch a printmaking studio at Zambia's Chipakata Children's Academy.
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By RockPaperRobot
The Ollie Chair: Designed by an MIT-trained roboticist, this elegant take on the folding chair uses tambour — a flexible surface commonly used in roll top desks — to create comfortable, collapsible seating fit for your living room or patio.
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By Glamour Dolls Makeup
Lisa Frank Makeup Collaboration: This is what (super-colorful, sparkly, adorable) dreams are made of. Choose lipstick shades, vote on product names, and get a peek at the production process when you back this Lisa Frank makeup collection.
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Kickstarter PBC's 2016 Benefit Statement
We launched Kickstarter in 2009 as a new way to bring creative projects to life. In 2015, we reincorporated as a Public Benefit Corporation. Here's an update on our first year as Kickstarter PBC.
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