Wigs… for dogs? I’ve seen a lot of dog costumes in my day, but these high quality dog wigs are certainly unique. Wiggles is the brainchild of Ruth Regina, a wig master and makeup artist who’s worked in Hollywood for over 50 years.
Ruth started making professional-grade dog wigs just for fun, but it turns out her wigs are in high demand. She’s been on talk shows and the news, and now she devotes all her time to these canine wigs. Prices range from $30-$40. Visit her website to wig out on all her cute dog photos.
Magician Mat Ricardo does the classic “yank the tablecloth” trick to a small dog in a dragon costume! The dog’s name is Mr. Piffles, and he is very brave. His master, also wearing a dragon costume, is none other than Piff the Magic Dragon. Looks like a fun show.
It’s another strange Star Trek parody, and this time, it’s nuclear. Footage has recently been uncovered of a 2010 employee video made by the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station in California.
It only cost $800 to make, but some people are upset at the power plant for creating this. The station has been shut down for safety reasons, so I guess some folks didn’t care for the light-hearted way they talk about safety.
Here’s a great couples costume, spotted at the recent Phoenix Comicon 2013. She’s dressed as the rugged Han Solo, and he looks so lovely as Princess Leia. Ha, so awesome! These two were made for each other.
It’s a statue? No, it’s a man in a costume! This performance artist entertains pedestrians on the streets of Chongqing, China. He’s got a really awesome bronze costume, and the makeup job is top notch. I bet he makes pretty good money in tips.