We’re big fans of this culture journal for the South West, so we want to help spread the word about their kickstarter campaign to fund the next issue.
Nom de Strip started its life as a small zine hand delivered to venues in Plymouth two years ago. The idea was to create a space for lots of people to share, discover, write and talk about all of the great things happening in the region in a way that was meaningful to everyone, not just those who work in the arts.
Since that first issue, Nom de Strip has grown into a journal about arts and culture in the South West, which has established itself as a key voice for contemporary arts and culture in the region.
The creators of Nom de Strip, William and Pamela, are now at the stage where they want to make it bigger and better, so that more people can enjoy and benefit from it. They have applied for Arts Council funding to help them do this, and they find out whether they have been successful in August. In the meantime, rather than sit and twiddle their thumbs for two months, they want you to help them make their next issue.
Watch the video below, and find out what you can do to help by clicking here >>