Cops in West Palm Beach, FL, used a bunny costume to spy on drivers in their latest “Click-it or Ticket” seat-belt campaign. Pretty sneaky!
The sweet, adorable bunny would wander up to cars, and peer inside to see if people were wearing their seat-belt. If they weren’t, the Bunny-Cop radioed other officers to pull them over and ticket them for not buckling up. They caught 50 drivers in just two hours.
Hmm, I’m not sure what to think of this. Is it Costume Abuse? Or Smart Costume Use? Seat-belts save lives, but costumes are not for prying eyes. It’s never easy being betrayed by the Easter Bunny.
This little Boston Terrier got his cone of shame upgraded to the Death Star from Star Wars! LOL, it probably doesn’t ease his discomfort much, but at least he looks super stylish.
It was made by the gentleman who runs HoboHiatus. A very clever idea, Sir! I hope Musha recovers soon.
I was looking at the boring cone around Musha’s neck and realized that they don’t have to be so bland. I took Musha’s cone and turned it into the Death Star Cone! What Star Wars fan dog wouldn’t want one.
Here’s an oldie but goodie. Check out these awesome squid and hammerhead shark costumes, made by Lucy Knisley and Nora Renick-Rinehart. I somehow missed these costumes when they made waves around the Web a couple of years ago.
Check out these Tardis costume dresses! This is cosplayer Hannah (@hlblack), her sister, and friends at the recent WonderCon 2012. The costumes are indeed super cute and look very well made. I wonder how long they spent making them? Great job, Ladies!
These photos were taken by Fremen Cosplay. Follow the link to view the complete Tardis costume set, and many more galleries of his cosplay photography.