1. Run by duo Nigel and Ruth, Cotton Love is an independent fashion studio based in the UK. Our objective, is to establish Cotton Love as a label which offers functional, easy to wear clothing with a refinement of detailing, honesty of construction and distinguished identity. The Cotton Love style is about clean lines, confident proportions and considered detailing. A sensibility inspired by 90s minimalism, eastern silhouettes and antique workwear.

    We love the simplicity in Cotton Love’s debut menswear & womenswear collection.

  2. Bring It On (Kickstarter).
Beyond Clueless is a quirky film essay on the heady heyday of teen cinema, 1995-2004.
Fans of a certain age will almost certainly remember this era — from Clueless to Mean Girls — as a paradise of teen angst on the silver screen. Writer/director Charlie Lyne leverages his credentials as both a popular movie blogger and ’90s baby to craft this clever love letter to the teen movie revolution. It’s, like, totally our Project of the Day.

    Bring It On (Kickstarter).

    Beyond Clueless is a quirky film essay on the heady heyday of teen cinema, 1995-2004.

    Fans of a certain age will almost certainly remember this era — from Clueless to Mean Girls — as a paradise of teen angst on the silver screen. Writer/director Charlie Lyne leverages his credentials as both a popular movie blogger and ’90s baby to craft this clever love letter to the teen movie revolution. It’s, like, totally our Project of the Day.

    View on Kickstarter
  3. It takes a village.
Waverton Writes is an anthology of original writing by the residents of a tiny English town.
The project began more than ten years ago as a village-wide book club, prompting hundreds of Wavertonians to read voraciously and write reviews. Now the village is organizing contributions to form a collective book, designed to bring secret scribblers into the limelight.

    It takes a village.

    Waverton Writes is an anthology of original writing by the residents of a tiny English town.

    The project began more than ten years ago as a village-wide book club, prompting hundreds of Wavertonians to read voraciously and write reviews. Now the village is organizing contributions to form a collective book, designed to bring secret scribblers into the limelight.

    View on Kickstarter
  4. 48-hour movie marathon.

    The Fitzroy is a currently funding Kickstarter film project, which tells the story of a submarine hotel set in a post-apocalyptic version of the 1950s.

    As an early “thank you” to his backers, creator Andrew Harmer solicited suggestions from his fans and produced an entire short film — set in the same universe as The Fitzroy — in just 48 hours. If he can pull off this “MiniFitz” in just two days, we can only imagine what the full feature might look like.

    Take a look at the short and then explore The Fitzroy — it’s our Project of the Day.

    View on Kickstarter
  5. A little dough goes a long way.
Homebaked is a hot oven at the heart of Liverpool.
Two years ago, a bakery that had occupied the site for nearly a century sold its last scones and quietly shuttered its doors. In a neighborhood trapped in a decades-long battle over its own revitalization, the bakery had long been a symbol of the community and the sense of loss was profound.
Now a group of local bakers, artists, and organizers are reopening the bakery as a community-run business, bringing neighbors together to create the new Homebaked Co-operative. Sounds like the best idea since sliced bread.
This hot ‘n’ crusty approach to community building isn’t just delicious, it’s our Project of the Day.

    A little dough goes a long way.

    Homebaked is a hot oven at the heart of Liverpool.

    Two years ago, a bakery that had occupied the site for nearly a century sold its last scones and quietly shuttered its doors. In a neighborhood trapped in a decades-long battle over its own revitalization, the bakery had long been a symbol of the community and the sense of loss was profound.

    Now a group of local bakers, artists, and organizers are reopening the bakery as a community-run business, bringing neighbors together to create the new Homebaked Co-operative. Sounds like the best idea since sliced bread.

    This hot ‘n’ crusty approach to community building isn’t just delicious, it’s our Project of the Day.

    View on Kickstarter
  6. Battle bison beatdown.

    Fist of Awesome is anything but subtle. Ever wanted to punch a bear in the mouth? Then come for the pixelated, time-traveling shenanigans, and stay for the woodland critter smackdown.

    Our virtual hero, Tim Burr, is an industrious lumberjack trapped in “a needlessly complex interstellar plot to enslave Earth by populating history with homicidal wild animals.” Burly Burr must battle his way through herds of bloodthirsty bison and raging reindeer in a nearly impossible bid to save the world. Oh, and time travel.

    This epic retro beat-em-up just might be a future classic. And no matter what, it’s our Project of the Day.

    View on Kickstarter
  7. Release the hounds.
Sir, You Are Being Hunted is a first-person survival game that pits you against mechanical aristocrats and their robot hounds. Traverse a procedurally generated British landscape, replete with creepy moors and lonesome cottages, while doing your best to escape the inhuman hunters that have made you their prey.
The game world is never the same twice, making this slice of tweedpunk endlessly replayable. Tally ho, gamers — Sir You Are Being Hunted is our Project of the Day.

    Release the hounds.

    Sir, You Are Being Hunted is a first-person survival game that pits you against mechanical aristocrats and their robot hounds. Traverse a procedurally generated British landscape, replete with creepy moors and lonesome cottages, while doing your best to escape the inhuman hunters that have made you their prey.

    The game world is never the same twice, making this slice of tweedpunk endlessly replayable. Tally ho, gamers — Sir You Are Being Hunted is our Project of the Day.