Project Safari


  • $15,000

  • Ended

Project Safari is a collection of handmade ceramic animal bust-forms.


  • $15,000

  • Ended

The Project Safari lineup stars ceramic animals such as Hamilton, Grayson, Gerard, Lewis, and Calvin, featured in the video below.

The busts can certainly add character to a shelf, table, or wherever it might fit in your home.

Project Safari was designed in Brooklyn by Bronsen. There have been countless hours involved in the design and development of each animal to get the look and styling just right. Through studying, sketching, and model-making, we have achieved an ideal iconography to represent the essence of each animal.

We are proud to say that Project Safari will be manufactured in the USA. For the past 10 months we have been developing and refining the collection with our experienced ceramist manufacturer in Portland, Oregon. We have chosen stoneware to be the best material for Project Safari; it is durable and elegant. All of the master-molds have been made, and we need your help to fund the final production molds and fulfill required order minimums. We are ready to move forward with full production and turn your place into an animal house!

The perks lets you get your hands of these ceramic animals, with a shot at shipping before the Holidays as well.

Favorite perk ($385)

PROJECT SAFARI COLLECTION: The collection will retail for $500; get it for a super-special Kickstarter price of $385! Each pledge receives all (5x) animal bust-forms – black or white, (5x) Safari cards of respective animal, and gift packaging. Domestic shipping fees included.

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