A Christmas yarmulke? A company named Yamaclaus has put a Christmas spin on the Jewish head covering. Ha, I’m not sure if this is clever or offensive. Maybe both? The festive cap sells for $12.95 and includes a hair clip. Merry Christmas?
[yamaclaus via Laughing Squid]
Wow, this is definitely one of the best wheelchair costumes I’ve ever seen. The chair is turned into a skyline, and it looks like Superman is flying. Just incredible, what an amazing idea! I’m sure it made the child super happy. And what great parents, too. Love it.
Wanted to be Superman. A wheelchair wasn’t going to stop him from flying.
[via Kyle Reese]
It’s Wayne and Garth, combined into a single costume. Excellent! What a great use of the popular Carry Me costume concept. It totally looks like Wayne is carrying Garth. Awesome job!
Party on, Wayne! Party on, Garth! That’s me as Garth. Well except his legs. But that’s also me as Wayne’s legs! Halloween 2013. Excellent!
Check out this brilliant Snake Attack costume, made by Ben Bayouth. His left arm is fake, but it looks like his hand is in his pocket. The real arm is actually controlling the snake like a puppet. Wow, what a great idea. Very impressive, Sir!
Legos master Jeff Cunningham made a wearable clown costume… entirely out of Legos! The costume includes Lego shoes, gloves, mask and eyeglasses. Hard to believe this can actually be worn. Fabulous job!
“Clowning around” one day with my LEGOs and this is what I came up with! The glasses can actually be taken off like real glasses and the shoes fit over your own shoes.
[via Topless Robot]
Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo 2013 was held earlier this month in Los Angeles. It’s a 3-day convention focusing on comics, anime, gaming, sci fi– the whole package.
ChillyWillyTube was on the scene to capture all the great costumes. Wow, so many great conventions this month. Looks like a magical time. Great job on the video!
Here are some awesome costumes from the recent Blizzcon 2013 in Anaheim. This video is a collaborative project between OTL Productions and MLZ Studios. A very professional job! And the costumes are so great. I always love watching these costume videos after a con.
Blizzcon returns to the Anaheim convention center after a one-year hiatus, and the cosplay community unleashed their pent-up creative energy in a dazzling display of costuming glory.
[via Cosplay Videographers]
Remember Clippy, the annoying Microsoft Office help assistant? Fortunately, he’s gone now, and annoys us no longer. But Clippy can live on through awesome costumes like this one.
Very well done!