As a rule, we tend to stay away from reporting on crowdfunders. More often than not, they only exist to offer a glimmer of hope to ideas that, for understandable reasons, haven’t secured funding by traditional means.
There is an exception, however, where crowdfunding makes a whole lot more sense. It’s passion projects that aren’t all about the moolah – such as Twenty-Two, a new photo book by former pro rider Hamish Duncan.
“A personal collection of photographs documenting his recovery from a nasty slam in 2004 – and the resulting trauma, both physical and mental”