A green lighting project in Japan that lets companies light up their products with the light of the moon has received a lot of support from the country’s manufacturers.
The company called “Lucky Shine” hopes to make a small profit from the project.
It has set up a crowdfunding campaign to raise $50,000.
That’s the same amount that was raised by the “Shine Your Colors” campaign, which was set up by Japanese clothing brand NARS.
Lucky Shines was founded by Japanese artist and entrepreneur Yoshihiro Ushimura.
He said that he hoped to help people see green and yellow as “normal” colors, even if it’s not the colors of the actual moon.
Ushumi said he has had many conversations with other people who work in manufacturing who said that they would be happy if they saw the green and orange of the Earth.
“But the main thing I want to convey is that people are still seeing green, but not always the color of the earth, so they are not necessarily thinking about the color itself,” Ushimura said.
In his campaign video, Ushims said that the color green “has a very deep meaning and can be used in a wide variety of situations.
And there are many, many situations where green can make a difference.”
The project has been funded through a Kickstarter campaign, and it’s been receiving more than $60,000 in pledges.
Lucky SHines hopes that the project will raise enough money to make it to production.
So far, the company has raised $30,000 from backers.
Ugh, the funding seems to be limited.