This Russian Artist Dresses Herself And Her Models In Surreal And Weird Costumes Made Out Of Vegetables, Fruits And Plants

Everyone has a hobby, right? Well, some are weirder than others. Meet this artist from Russia, her name is Katya and she creates unique makeup looks using vegetables, fruits, plants and many other fragments of nature. You can say she’s all-natural. Continue reading »

Amazing Vintage Photos Of Portuguese Women From The Azores Islands In Their Tradition Hooded Capes

The Azorean hood (in Portuguese, ‘capote e capelo’) is a traditional Azorean garment worn up until the 1930s. A large cape that covered a woman’s figure, allowing only a glimpse of her face, the origin of the ‘capote-e-capelo’ is controversial. Some say that it came from Flanders and others state that it is an adaptation of mantles and cowls that were fashionable in Portugal in the 17th and 18th centuries. Regardless, for centuries the ‘capote-e-capelo’ was a typically Azorean woman’s garment used in Faial. Continue reading »

35 Vintage Cosplay Photographs Reveal How Awesome We Used To Be In The 1970s

Science fiction and fantasy cosplay has changed a lot in the last 40 years. Back in the late 1970s, there weren’t very many rules, if any. And there certainly was nothing like a separate costuming fandom. There were also an awful lot of naked people, making authentic Edgar Rice Burroughs characters fairly popular subjects. Continue reading »

This Mom Makes Awesome Costumes, Masks And Toys Out Of Cardboard Boxes For Her Kids

According to a mom & artist Alicia Brown: “Hi there my name is Alicia, I live and love in Melbourne with my two boys and my partner. There is so much I love about motherhood and one of my favorite things about being a mother is that I get to make stuff for my kids. Life doesn’t get much better then seeing my childrens faces light up with joy when I’ve made something special just for them.” Continue reading »

Hilarious Snaps Show Halloween Costumes In The 1950s And ‘60s

Need to find an impressive Halloween outfit? Just check out these snaps to see. Here below is a hilarious photo collection that shows people in their Halloween costumes in the 1950s and 1960s. Continue reading »

Photographer Takes Funny Pictures Of Herself And Her Dog In Silly Costumes

Ursula Daphne Aitchison is a photographer and the creative mind behind Phodography, where she does photoshoots of people and their dogs. When she’s not busy taking pictures of others, the photographer takes funny portraits of herself and her dog Hugo in silly outfits and it’s just too adorable. Continue reading »

Vintage Snapshots Of Freaky Halloween Costumes That Give You A Nightmare

Halloween is a time to dress up as your favorite character and go trick-or-treating. Nowadays, people often dress up as funny or sexy characters, but traditionally, Halloween was a time for the scariest ghouls and creepers to make an appearance. Continue reading »

These Crocheted Halloween Costumes Are So Goddamn Cool!

Halloween isn’t an international holiday, but in the places around the world where it is celebrated, most of us have had pretty similar experiences — the most common shared experience that truly binds us all together is, of course, homemade costumes. Continue reading »

Mister Global Contestants Dress In Their National Costumes And Look Like Video Game Bosses

Recently, Mister Global, a male beauty pageant took place in Thailand. The event was founded in 2014 and since its first edition over 60 countries have sent their representatives to compete for the Mister Global Title. Continue reading »

The Best Cosplay Pictures From San Diego Comic Con International 2019


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Every July, thousands of fanboys and fangirls flock to San Diego for Comic Con in full costume as their favorite characters from pop culture. The convention launched in 1970 and has been growing each year since. Comic Con has extended to other cities and gone international, but San Diego is still the biggest draw. Here are some of the best cosplayers from the 2019 con. Continue reading »

Forget Fashion Week! New York Pet Fashion Show Was Full Of Dogs In Amazing Costumes


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You might not know this, but each February, New York pet fashion show takes place – it’s the largest pet fashion and animal rescue benefit in America. This year the event took place at the historic Hotel Pennsylvania in Manhattan, New York. The show features themed catwalk shows with dogs in costume walking alongside rescue dogs needing homes. Continue reading »

Hilarious Cosplay Fails

Some people have talent and proper skills to create amazing costumes. Others, however… not so much. Listed below are those poor souls who tried as hard as they could, but still failed miserably. Continue reading »

Artist Constructs Impressive Robot Costumes And Wears Them On The Streets Of New York

When it comes to robots, probably the first image that pops into our heads is from the American science fiction action films called ‘Transformers’. These robots played a huge part in our childhood as we were all curious to know how a simple car could transform into a giant robot. Moreover, these things could talk! Continue reading »

A Collection Of Nightmarish Vintage Halloween Photos From The 1930s

It’s a time when all things spooky, scary, and mysterious become the norm, when people embrace the darkness that we horror fans enjoy year round. And what is more iconic during Halloween than costumes? Sure, there are parties throughout the year where people get dressed up – wearing green on Saint Patrick’s Day or putting on a Santa outfit for local children around Christmas – but Halloween is the only time where your imagination can run wild and it’s seen as socially acceptable, even encouraged. Continue reading »

Artist Knits Dragon Scale Costumes

“Hello! We are scalemail knitters! We have traditionally knitting since 2004 and started knitting scalemail in December 2015. Currently, we focus on knitting scalemail using our very own developed stitching pattern. We were first inspired by CraftyMutt’s tutorials for how to weave in scales but then ventured off on our own to make our own style of stitch and products.” Continue reading »