Ah, here’s another group wearing roller coaster costumes. Very well done! This may be the best version I’ve seen so far.
I’ve posted video of other roller coaster costumes Here and Here, if you want to watch them in action. This costume seems to be growing in popularity. It’s just so perfect for groups. I look forward to seeing more. Wonderful job, Everyone!
The famous costumed Redskins fans known as the Hogettes have retired their pig snouts after 30 years. These guys showed up to every home game dressed in pig snouts and colorful dresses, much to the delight of, well, pretty much everyone.
They used their fame to help raise millions of dollars for charity over the years. Sounds like a great group! But after 30 years, I guess it’s time to take a break. Thanks for the memories, Hogettes. You will be missed!
I received a delightful submission from Melina, a member of the costuming duo known as Melvin Pach-Mon. These people love making costumes, and I’m so glad to make their acquaintance (plus, they get extra points for being Firefly fans). I will certainly post more of their work in the future!
Melina sent me photos and YouTube links to their latest Star Wars costume creations: An impressive AT-AT costume, and a combo Wookiee riding an AT-ST costume. Not only are the costumes awesome, but Melina let me know they had a great time making them. And that’s what it’s all about.
Very well done, Melvin Pach-Mon! I can’t wait to see what you make next!
Thrashlab traveled to the 2012 National Beard and Moustache Championships in Las Vegas for the latest episode of Subculture Club. If you’re at all a fan of facial hair, you really need to check this out.
Meet the largest community of men dedicated to growing and celebrating their beards and mustaches! You have never seen so much epic facial hair until you watch this video!
Take a look at this fascinating and rather trippy costume procession in Spiegelkwartier, Amsterdam. Performance art troupe Nepco slowly walks down the street while wearing really bizarre costumes. They call it their “moving art procession.” This footage was recorded at the 2011 Puike Pruiken parade.
Very interesting! I can’t say I’ve seen anything quite like this.
Nepco Amsterdam, company of the uncertainty, plant of the doubt. A cloud of emotion, art, music and theater. Intuitively searching for small miracles and magic moments they share their wonderful world with the public.