Behold the Horrors of Mutant Taxidermy

By Brent Rose on at

How far must we go for art? Judging by the work of taxidermist/artist Enrique Gomez de Molina, holy crap very far. For using a hodgepodge of endangered animals for his work, homeboy is facing five years in jail. Beat that, Picasso!

LostWinds for iPhone and iPad: We Couldn't Resist the Urge to Make Jokes About Flatulence

By Bulent Yusuf on at

Honestly. With a name like that, you're just asking for trouble. Once we clapped sight of the words "Lost" and "Winds", we went scurrying to our well-thumbed copy of Roger Mellie's Profanisaurus (5th edition) to see if it did indeed have a double meaning. Alas, no dice. Instead, we'll have to take LostWinds at surface value; a charming platform adventure built around a dashedly smart concept.

The Light Mine Pro Explodes with Luminosity

By Andrew Tarantola on at

When you're under your car's hood, getting light where you need it is imperative, but keeping it there can be nearly impossible. Assistants get bored, Mag-lights roll off bumpers, and safety glasses only point where your head does, not where you're looking. The Light Mine Pro, however, sticks and shines exactly where you need it.

How to Make Wander-ing Instagram Pen Pals

By Andrew Tarantola on at

Sure, you could remotely wander about a foreign city with Google Earth, but you don't get any sort of feel for the local culture that way, just a superficial view of its storefronts. The Wander app instead connects you with an actual local for a guided Instagram tour.