Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

May 4, 2013

Kickstart ENTHEON: The Alex Grey Visionary Art Experience

ENTHEON: The Alex Grey Visionary Art Experience


"This is your chance to help your favorite artist create his most ambitious project to date. Estimated costs to build Entheon is over $1.5 million. 
The bank has approved a construction loan, but it won't be enough to cover the entire amount. 
 If you're a fan, or have ever been inspired by one of Alex's images, this is the time to show your support. 
The more we can raise, the more visionary we can make the experience when you visit. 
 Let's create a place of pilgrimage, beauty and meaning together."
Front view of Entheon - 3D Model by Ryan Tottle

I've made a pledge for the -

$50 Pledge Level - ENTHEON ADMISSION COIN:  
You’ll receive this CoSM brass coin will be mailed to you and is exchangeable for TWO regular admissions to Entheon when we open. 
Plus, you get the updates, digital bundle and sticker pack. 
Does not include the admission e-ticket.

I've been involved with two successful Kickstarter projects so far, 
but never one this big.

 I hope it is successful for Alex and of all the backers of the project.
It's good when a Kickstarter project that you're part of comes together and is born into the world.

WARNING: The above You Tube contains Joe Rogan and that means 
BAD LANGUAGE most of the time...sorry. 
Worth a listen though, if you can put up with the bad language.
Maybe Alex could have placed a swear jar on Joe Rogan's desk and by the end of the show the project would have been funded ;-)
Alex Grey with a soul-bird.
ENTHEON: The Alex Grey Visionary Art Experience



2 comments:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Kickstarter seems to be an emerging paradigm, a new way of doing things in a changing world. I love the concept. I participated in one for an artist whose sculpted masks are breathtaking, but it didn't go anywhere. New paradigms don't always take root overnight.

Mike Perry said...

Interesting art work and concept but not personally into those moving examples.