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Wherever you are in the world, we’ll get your order to you.  We offer FedEx or Austrian Post.  The free shipping that we offer is with Austrian Post and can take up to 15 working days depending on where you are located in the world.  If you are interested in a more expedite delivery we suggest you select FedEx as a shipping option. 

Orders may be subject to import tax, depending on the location from which the order was placed.  For questions about this or other shipping issues, please email us.

Once the shipment has left our caring hands we are at the mercy of delivery service professionals. However we are just as eager as you to make sure that the products get in your hands and we will do everything we can to ensure that you receive the products in good condition and in a timely manner.

Allow one week for standard shipping, depending on your location; allow four weeks if ordering framed artwork.  If you’ve absolutely got to have a product in time for a birthday party or an “I forgot our anniversary!” gift, just send us an email. We’ll be happy to arrange for express shipping of your product for a minor charge.

 


Spaceman Jax - Mantagons - Privates - Various poses of mantagons, title of model sheet and Pud film studio copyrights stamps - by Curio & Co. (Curio and Co. OG) www.curioandco.com

Mantagons - Privates

Spaceman Jax

This reproduction of the original Mantagon model sheet #2- Privates drawn by designer Philip La...

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, May 01, 2016
by Ned Wazowski

AZR-0 Robots Kickstarter Campaign Launched

 Curio & Co. Kickstarter campaign for the new book AZR-0: Robots int he Wild as Featured Project

We’re off and running!

We launched our first Kickstarter campaign on Friday and it looks like we’re off to a great start. Within just a few hours we’d been selected by Kickstarter for a ‘Project We Love’ badge and we woke on Saturday to find that our project had been chosen as the featured project for the comics section! On top of all that, our project got a shout-out from Mythbusters’ own Adam Savage – a guy who really knows design, robots and fun pop culture when he sees it!

All of this is so thrilling because we can’t wait to get this new project out of the vault.

AZR-0: Robots in the Wild is the journal of robologist Verdie Z. Goodsey from her field study to observe the elusive AZR robots in their natural habitat. The journal – over 120 pages long – includes her meticulous, and beautiful, illustrations of the robots she encountered, not to mention the breathtaking views of her journey. And her amusing observations shed light not just on the field of robo-behavioralism, but on the very nature of communication itself. Whether you’re a connoisseur of art, science, or just a cracking good adventure, you’re going to love this book.

Bringing these artifacts out of the vault requires a lot of support, and we’re excited to connect with so many through Kickstarter who can help. As one of the largest crowdfunding platforms, Kickstarter helps small projects like ours find backers around the world. And Kickstarter is known for their focus on creativity – which makes it such a great fit for Curio & Co.

Using Kickstarter, Curio & Co. can build a larger crowd, each of whom can make a small contribution to our overall project goal. The campaigns are all or nothing – no money is charged unless we make our goal. We’ve set up lots of reward levels to offer great Kickstarter-exclusive goodies in addition to the book, and if our project gets funded quickly we can add additional stretch goals to make the project even better.

Ready to get involved?

  1. Visit our Kickstarter page and press the green button in the top right corner that says “Back this Project.
  2. The next page will ask for the pledge amount/reward level you want.
  3. The following page will ask you to sign in to Kickstarter either by creating an account (name and email only) or using Facebook.
  4. Then, the final page will ask you to enter your credit card details and billing address – but remember: nothing will be charged unless we meet our goal by May 27th.

After that, please share the project with others to help us build a crowd big enough to bring this project to print. Your help will make it possible!

Did you know? The first kick-start was patented in 1908 for a 450 cc two-stroke twin-cylinder water-cooled motorcycle, manufactured by the Scott Motorcycle Company in the UK.

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