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  • July 28, 2014
    This is a deep fried tarantula served up by the The Bug Chef (aka David George Gordon), a man who travels around cooking bugs and speaking about the benefits of eating insects. Now, not to sound too progressive or anything, but I've actually eaten spiders before. IN MY SLEEP.... / Continue →
  • July 15, 2014
    This is 'Kiddie Arts', a series of digital paintings by Dutch artist Telmo Pieper inspired by the drawings he made when he was four. Clearly, his technique has improved significantly since then. Have I ever told you in kindergarten I got an 'Unsatisfactory' in coloring becaus... / Continue →
  • June 16, 2014
    This is the $30 giant cockroach pool float. It's a raft that looks like a giant cockroach. Speaking of, I saw a giant cockroach in the hallway yesterday and tried to kill it by by stepping on it. "Tried?" TRIED -- it didn't die. This wasn't on carpet either, this was hard ... / Continue →
  • April 24, 2014
    This is a video of a little bug stuck on its back and walking on a ball of cotton. Where the hell does he think he's going? I feel like there's a metaphor for life here somewhere. The video is three minutes long, but the person who filmed said he did it for over 3-hours. Di... / Continue →
  • December 4, 2013
    Allegedly the orchid mantis is the first known species of predator to lure prey pretending to be a flower (not hiding in the flower like some spiders do). Apparently they're so convincing they're more likely to be visited by insects than actual flowers. That's something you m... / Continue →
  • November 20, 2013
    He looks like something straight out of a Dr. Seuss story, doesn't he? Well he's not, he's a previously undescribed species of planthopper photographed in real life. I just want to rub his fuzzy ass on my cheeks, don't you? Like nature's little makeup brush. Many planthoppe... / Continue →
  • September 17, 2013
    Scientists using an electron microscope and high-speed cameras have discovered that Mother Nature apparently invented gears long before humans did, and included them on the legs of teensy planthopper insects to help them jump straight. Tell you what, Mother Nature -- you don't... / Continue →
  • July 30, 2013
    This is the Farm 432 Insect Breeding device. It's a self-contained black soldier fly habitat that allows the flies to breed and produce up to 500g (about a pound) of larvae a week, which you will then eat. Mmmmm, black soldier fly larvae. Think Cocoa Krispies, but without t... / Continue →
  • March 7, 2013
    This is a series of impressive 'taxidermied' LEGO insects created by LEGO pros and possible entomologists Siercon and Coral. They're all really good too, I love it when people think outside the box. Because inside the box? Inside the box is the PAST. Inside the box is just ... / Continue →
  • February 21, 2013
    Caddisfly are a species of moth-like insect that, when in their larval stage, spin a web of silk and attach whatever materials they have around them to it for protection before climbing inside to pupate. So you know what French artist Hubert Duprat gave them? A beret, baguett... / Continue →