There are only three days left. Our campaign ends soon.
I've already written about the Yellow Sign seals that would be unlocked when our campaign crossed the $8K mark. Now the mark has been crossed.
We will add these impressive 2" round stickers to the rewards packages, one seal for each envelope. Creator Daniel Gelon wrote about his design goals in a Kickstarter update that considers both Robert W. Chambers' texts and the familiar Chaosium glyph designed by Kevin Ross, so check it out if you're interested in the graphic design process of the sticker.
One final goal remains -- if we cross $10K before the end of the campaign, we will add original artwork to the outside of the envelopes. I'll be working on sketches for possible line-art vignettes this weekend and will share them here soon. It's an interesting challenge. The post office sensibly wants to be able to read the addresses and stamps, so the actual space available for artwork is an odd shape. And it should look like both madness and the holidays at the same time, which could be interesting...
This is how last year's envelopes looked, with last year's 2" Christmas Cthulhu sticker for a size comparison. This year's envelopes and stickers are the same size and shape, but in gold.
Again, there's just three days left to back our project this year, The King in Yellow Christmas Cards campaign and obtain your own set of four original King in Yellow holiday cards with matching envelopes and Yellow Sign seals. Thank you for your support, everyone!