Kinetic Kompendium on Indiegogo

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It is time for a full-color book that investigates the amazing 50-year history of  Kinetic Sculpture Racing. Most people know that the race was started by a friendly wager between Jack Mays and Hobart Brown, and escalated into an 11-sculpture race on Mother's Day, 1969, in Ferndale CA. Since that first epic event, there have been thousands of people involved in the race. Over the years, racers, builders, artists, spectators, and photographers have participated in the yearly all-terrain spectacle. The Kinetic Kompendium will weave their stories and pictures together to create a comprehensive overview of the life of the race since its origins.

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E-book, paperback, and hardback copies available!