Top 10 Creative Crowdfunding Projects | December 2017

We've scoured the web for compelling creative campaigns around the globe that you might want to support in their quest for funding. Have a look!

Heartbreak Quadrant

Heartbreak quadrant

Heartbreak Quadrant is the follow-up offering from comic book artist Barrett Stanley. It is a science fiction adventure where Earth is history, the future is bleak, and the snacks are always past their expiration date. Follow the exploits of heroes Ida and Kumi as they try to survive a deadly nanoplasm that's eating their ship, a dangerous foe bent on revenge, and a serious case of the munchies. Read more.


This device is designed to help insomniacs and folks with other sleeping disorders get better rest at night. Somnox may seem like a normal pillow shaped like a cashew nut, but it is packed with technology that helps users regulate breathing, soothes the body with sound and wakes you up gently at the appropriate time. Read more

Bohempia shoes


This footwear brand from the Czech Republic produces comfortable and durable shoes that are sustainably produced from Hemp. Bohempia shoes help keep your feet dry and smelling fresh by wicking away moisture, preventing the growth of odor-causing organisms. They're a responsible choice for people who want to minimise the impact their fashion has on the environment. Read more.

Mushroom Park

Mushroom Park

If you believe in hand drawn animation, believe in Mushroom Park. This is a film about the power of turning back when you have every reason to walk away - love and forgiveness, mortality and redemption. The project is led by Peabody-award winning animator and director Tim Rauch and art director Bill Wray. Read more.

Codey Rocky

Meet the robot toy that helps every child learn the basics of coding and artificial intelligence. Codey Rocky is an entry-level coding robot for STEM education, suitable for children ages 6 and up. The combination of easy-to-use robotics hardware with graphical programming gives all children the opportunity to take their first steps into the world of code. Read more.

Biobased eyewear cleaning up the earth

biobased plastic eyewear

Crafting Plastics Studio recently partnered with a professor from the Slovak University of Technology to create and refine an oil-free, carbon-neutral bioplastic material for modern eyewear. Unlike conventional materials, these glasses won't outlive you. The lifespan of this bioplastic eyewear range depends on the wearer. Each pair of frames is strong and stable for as long as is needed. Once they’re no longer serving their purpose, they can eventually be degraded in your compost. Read more.

Girls with no name

girls with no name

Girls With No Name is a photobook against social invisibility and underage prostitution. Created by photographers Killo and Oto Marabel, the book tells the story of 7 young women living in Mabella, a crowded slum of Sierra Leone, as they struggle to make a living in a country that has suffered natural disasters, recent civil war and a generation of militarised children. Read more.

Yeehaw 3D wand

This is the fastest and easiest way to create in 3D without requiring any specialized programming or 3D graphics experience. The Yeehaw Wand allows you can design directly from your phone or tablet onto the real world. Create, edit, and design using the Yeehaw Wand and its free app. Read more.



CarWink is the world's first car device allowing you to communicate with other drivers through animation to improve road safety. Designed with both form and function in mind, CarWink sets out to break the boundary between vehicles by using simple and pure communication methods. Read more.

The encyclopedia of the vagina


Mexico-based entrepreneurs Zoe Mendelson, Jackie Jahn, Mary Conejo want to make information about female anatomy more accessible and comfortable to talk about for those who find it difficult to ask. According to the creators, "For years medical science was barely interested in the female form beyond reproduction. Until recently, the clitoris was not even mentioned in many medical textbooks." Now these ladies are building a bank of useful and educational information for women and those who have been denied easy access to information about their bodies because of cultural, religious, and patriarchal reasons. Read more.