Stunning Pneumatic Wings That Actually Open And Close


Alexis Noriega created a beautiful pair of human-sized pneumatic articulating feather wings for Halloween. She will be posting a tutorial soon for people interested in building their own pair.

h/t: laughingsquid, sobadsogood


“I decided to start working with feathers and wings for fun and found that I LOVE the material and the possibilities,” the self-taught costume designer says. “Working with them is not easy and it takes a great deal of patience, but the results are always something I can be proud of. I hope that you find them as beautiful as I do.”


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