BoneYard Blog — kickstarter

Jinnifer Douglass
Limited-Edition shirts are here!

Limited-Edition shirts are here!

The early-bird-special shirts have finally arrived and they are awesome! Printed in the USA on soft 100% cotton, these black-and-white raglan (baseball-style) shirts sport our iconic "wanted" poster for Moe the Velociraptor printed in ultra-luxe silver metallic ink. You don't have to buy an early-bird sculpture to snap one of these up, simply pledge $28 (on the "Black Limited Edition Baseball shirt" reward) and receive one of these that has ALSO been hand-numbered by one of the staff! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1712563449/boneyard-pets-v4-3d-aluminum-dinosaur-skeleton-scu/posts/1796132

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Jinnifer Douglass
Boneyard Pets Kickstarter v4: Beautiful Art Pieces in Brushed Aluminum

Boneyard Pets Kickstarter v4: Beautiful Art Pieces in Brushed Aluminum

Come pledge today! We are excited to announce that today we launched our newest Kickstarter campaign! In honor or their special #make100 project, we are offering a very exclusive limited-edition run of 100 Velociraptors and 100 Smilodons in crafted in gorgeous brushed aluminum, available in 2 sizes and arriving fully assembled! These are less children's toys and more fine-art pieces that are perfect for display in any upscale setting for that special dinosaur enthusiast in your life. Each one will come individually hand-numbered and is being offered at a DEEP DISCOUNT for the next 30 days only. So, jump on...

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Jinnifer Douglass
Boneyard Pets interviewed for Brokelyn

Boneyard Pets interviewed for Brokelyn

We are super stoked to have been interviewed by Brokelyn at the recent Kickstarter Fest for their article about Kickstarter success:"Another Kickstarter pro, Eric Winston, Director of Boneyard Pets, a puzzle and toy company based in Greenpoint, continues to use Kickstarter as a platform to engage directly with backers who gave him feedback on his first few campaigns. “We had so much incredible feedback positive and negative; the community is not shy,” he said. “What a lot of people don’t realize with Kickstarter is that while it’s an incredible way to get your funding, it also gives you a marketing tool and...

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