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JetzyApp and Jarlsberg Cheese Sponsor The Human Jungle Featuring The Art of Aima Saint Hunon

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Art By Aima Saint Hunon (All Photos By Gail)

Multi-platform French artist Aima Saint Hunon celebrated the New York City opening of The Human Jungle, a pop-up gallery displaying her art, which took place at a two-night event in early November. The fun and festive event was hosted by JetzyApp.com and Jarlsberg® Cheese.

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Saint Hunon, whose work is known internationally, creates renowned sculptures, paintings, photos, jewelry, poems and videos. Her work, using multi-cultural characters, offers art lovers her perspective of a world where creation has no barriers or limits.

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Fun Game App: Monsterpark Zoo!

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All Images Courtesy of Roo Roo Games

Do you like Monsters? I sure do. If you have young kids who enjoy using your Apple devices and are looking for a fun iPad or iPhone App that you can download for your little ones to keep themselves amused (and maybe have fun playing it yourself) I recommend Monsterpark Zoo, a new children’s game, just released on October 15th.

Monsterpark Zoo was created by Brooklyn-based husband and wife team Eric and Shannon Althin, who are also fine artists and gallerists (being owners of the late great Bold Hype Gallery, which we miss very much). Eric and Shannon’s company, Roo Roo Games, previously released the popular title, Stumpy’s Alphabet Dinner. We expect that Monsterpark Zoo may become even pore popular!

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Eric Althin offers that the couple’s 3 year old daughter was the inspiration behind Monsterpark Zoo. “She loves monsters and animals,” he explains, “and if she sees that someone is sad, she always wants to know how to make them happy again. During a trip to the Brooklyn Zoo it all fell into place and we knew we had our next game concept: Monster zoo animals that need help to make them happy!”

Monsterpark Zoo takes place in a friendly monster world, featuring 10 unique zoo monsters with different troubles. Some need food, some require a bath, while others need their enclosures cleaned. It is up to the player — who assumes the role of the Zoo Keeper — to figure it all out through fun, intuitive, and stress free game play!

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This Monster Needs a Bath!

Monsterpark Zoo is designed to encourage problem solving, emotional development, coordination, and laughter! It is aimed at ages 2-6 but is sure to delight kids of all ages. “I’ve been drawing monsters since I was old enough to hold a crayon,” Althin continues, “so designing all the different monster animals for Monsterpark Zoo was a super fun and creatively rewarding process.

Our ambition is to keep updating the game with new monsters in the future (with no additional cost for the parents) to keep things fresh and fun.” We already have some awesome new characters in mind!

Download Monsterpark Zoo for just $1.99 from the iTunes Store at This Link!

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Feed The Monster!

Taco Emergencies Resolved with Taco 911

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Do you love Tacos? I sure do. Sometimes you just want a Taco so bad, but don’t know how to find the location nearest you that will serve you the delicious and satisfying Taco you crave. Well hey, guess what? Somebody has just invented Taco 911, a web app you can visit that will map your longitude and latitude, based on where you are when accessing the site, find the closest Taco vendor and tell you the address and directions on how to get there. Take a look at the screen shot below!

Screen Shot of Taco 911

See? So simple! As far as I know there is not yet a mobile app for Taco 911, so you have to do this the old fashioned way. Be sure to bookmark Taco 911 for all of your Taco procuring needs!

Bacon Thing of the Day: Bacon Tic Tacs

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Not to be confused with the iPhone app Tic Tac Bacon, the Bacon Tic Tac candy, at present, seems to be in existence only in the realm of Photoshop. Sigh.