Check out this cool inflatable Stay Puft Marshmallow Man costume, made by Brian D. Brian was kind of enough to submit this is MD — thanks very much, Sir!
This is a great idea… he used an inflatable yard decoration, and customized into a wearable costume. Brilliant! Be sure to watch the video at around the 50 second mark, when it shows the Stay Puft man running, ha that looks pretty tricky.
Brian posted a full tutorial on his blog that shows how he made it. Very interesting and well done!
I cut the hanger down to the length of the battery and used some duct tape to fasten it. I bent the metal part of the hanger to be more narrow and hung it from my belt. It was a little uncomfortable in the beginning but as I re-positioned it and bent it different ways it was not as bothersome anymore.
Here’s a fun look at cute babies in Hallowen costumes, courtesy of Yahoo.
It’s hard not to smile when you see all the adorable costumes. Many are quite clever, like the S’Mores costume, and the UPS truck looks like it would be fun to drive. What a fun time of year! Happy Halloween!
I love seeing old vintage Halloween photos. They are always so extra creepy!
These photos are from a new book called Haunted Air, by Ossian Brown. He shares his collection of vintage photos all dating between 1875 and 1955. You can buy the hardcover book on Amazon, it looks very interesting. David Lynch even wrote the introduction.
Visit Boing Boing to view more photos, or head over to Amazon to buy the book. Fascinating stuff!