My Milk Toof

What happens to milk teeth when they go away? When a kid place it under a pillow and the next day instead of it there is a gift? Would you ever see them again? In My Milk Toof 2 little tooth get a life, personality and stories.

ickle is a smart and curious toof who loves to read books. Other interests include cutting coupons, nibbling on furniture, and David Bowie.

Lardee is the loveable, slightly pudgy toof who can be found following ickle around the house. If in need of a toy, Lardee has a magical red bag with an endless supply.


Dazed TV Party

DazedTV premieres Dazed TV Party, a online music and pop culture show that brings to life the innovative and anarchic editorial spirit that has made Dazed & Confused one of the trendsetting magazine brands of the last 20 years. Paying homage to the lo-fi public broadcasting aesthetic of Glenn O’Brien’s cult 1970s TV Party, it is a forum for new ideas, underground music, fashion and radical art.

BFF Bicycle Film Festival

The Bicycle Film Festival is back for its eleventh year. Started in 2001 by Brendt Barbur, the event invites films across all genres and styles as long as it contains a bike-related theme. The program will travel to over 25 cities this year including New York, Paris, Liverpool and Milan. The BFF also includes rock shows, street parties, art shows, dinners, bike rides and more.

Submit your film fior free  by 1 April 2011 at:

Ipad fingerprints

Because the primary input method of the iPad is a single piece of multitouch glass, developers have incredible flexibility to design unique user interfaces. To spotlight these differences, designer George Kokkinidis looked at the only fragments that remain from using an app: fingerprints.

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‘Twill magazine

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This new editorial form ‘Twill magazine brings paper doing the role of clothes.

‘Twill might look as a quarterly book series to collect and to read now and again. Editors say “‘Twill is a work in progress”. The elegant photography and graphics of ‘Twill make it look like a fashion magazine, but its texts deal with cultural subjects. Each text is printed only in the original source language (English, French, and Italian) assuming a truly cosmopolitan audience.