The mouse-man jacket

Ready for your weekly “Ick!”? Okay, how about this: in an attempt to create “victimless leather,” a duo in Australia are growing a jacket from living tissue made from mouse and human cells. It looks kind of like a pork coat, and though it’s currently barely big enough for Barbie’s metrosexual boyfriend, they hope to develop the process to be able to create a semi-living stitchless jacket that you and I could wear.
Well, you, anyway.
The pair have a lot of time on their hands, apparently. They also have grown semi-living worry dolls and pigs with wings because, you know, why the hell not?

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