178 posts tagged Costume
178 posts tagged Costume
Artist and entrepreneur Melissa Ng of Lumecluster designed and created these two beautiful 3D-printed masks for her Dreamer/Nightmare Mask Series. Although they appear quite delicate, the masks are made of a strong, flexible white material that makes them suitable to be worn. However they make striking display pieces as well.
Both designs are currently available as 3D-printed works through the Shapeways.
Visit Lumecluster to check our more of Melissa Ng’s creations.
[via Laughing Squid]
It’s easy to presume that ferocious creatures like the Krampus and Perchta wouldn’t have time for romance, what with the seemingly endless supply of naughty children out there in need of tormenting and devouring.
But this awesome photo, taken by Redditor Kos_Kun during their morning commute on the subway in Vienna, Austria, appears to prove otherwise. Even folkloric beasts enjoy a tender nuzzle now and then.
We can’t celebrate the return of Movember without mentioning Hamilton the Hipster Cat and his awesome white mustache (previously featured here). But instead of sharing a photo of Hamilton himself, we wanted to share this extraordinary image of Jeff dressed up as Hamilton during the week of staff costumes leading up to Halloween at the Archie McPhee store. The resemblance is truly uncanny.
Last year we posted about Josh Sundquist’s awesome Leg Lamp costume based on the “major award” from the 1983 movie A Christmas Story. For Halloween this year the rapper, motivational speaker, math nerd, and Paralympic champion has outdone himself with an outstanding flamingo costume.
We love the concept, execution, and that amazing hot pink bodysuit. And we hope that Josh doesn’t spend so much time upside-down on Halloween that he misses out on all the candy and ends up with a head rush instead. Candy beats a head rush every time.
Brace yourselves for some serious serpentine cuteness. Shannon Hammer sculpted a teeny-tiny hat and mustache for her pet Hognose snakes, Sir Snowball and Sir Sledge. Then she made this adorable video set to Irving Berlin’s “Puttin’ on the Ritz.” It’s “Puttin’ on the Hiss!”
And just in case you’re wondering, because we sure were, Shannon’s dapper reptilian friends we able to wear their miniature accessories thanks to tiny dabs of peanut butter.
When our friend Linda Lombardi got her pug, Lilly, to pose in pug slippers, she took what ended up being one of the most stolen pictures on the internet. Well, once she got ahold of our new Pug Mask, she couldn’t stop herself from recreating it. As you can clearly see from the bottom picture, both Rose and Lilly seem very accepting of their new pug/human hybrid owner.