Atlanta, GA -- May 13, 2015 -- Donal Jolley, well-known for both his flair in the artistic and musical realm, proudly announces a unique campaign to fund a set of functional art pieces featuring two beautiful guitars.
Donal will take two different guitars, one a left-handed Epiphone Sheraton II, and the other a genuine Fender Stratocaster, Telecaster, or Gibson ES-style guitar with a value of approximately $2000 electric guitar. Each will receive new artwork created exclusively for this campaign by the author himself, and will ultimately be used as the top rewards for backers of the project.
Donal is seeking the assistance of the crowd fund community to provide the money to back this artistic challenge, in the amount of $3,500. The project's primary financial goal is to fund the materials already purchased, replace a burned-out airbrush compressor, and have a professional luthier set up both guitars. Any money "left over" will go to subsidize the huge investment of time spent to bring the two guitars to a finished state.
A complete set of four prints of detail areas of the guitars will be run on archival grade paper and individual, partial, and complete sets are to be available to project supporters. Supporters can choose from a variety of sponsorship levels, and are rewarded with the prints, thank you cards and blanks, original art, full-size original sketches of the guitars, pencils used in the project, and GIT2 itself.
More About Donal Jolley:
Donal Jolley is an author, designer, and digital artist. The son of a professional illustrator and artist of the same name, Donal practiced his cartooning skills from an early age, using conveniently placed surfaces throughout the house, including his mother’s entry-way statue (with a blue felt tip pen, no less).
Children and adults in every continent but Antarctica have Donal’s work hanging on their walls. It pleases him to be able to "speak" through pleasurable, childish art, and he often randomly gives away pieces of his work to those who look like they could use a smile. Over the years he has spent many thousands of dollars on equipment and supplies, simply for the joy of knowing he has brought smiles to so many faces.
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