More like works of art than ordinary props, 24-year-old designer Aydar Migranov’s masks have already been used by Jason Momoa, Tom Holland, and other actors. Continue reading »
Illustrator and artist Sarah Johnson imagines the mundane, behind-the-scenes life of Batman. Scroll down to take a look at his side that we don’t usually get to see. Continue reading »
Buxom Bavarian beauties are shown flaunting their figures in a series of daring poses on farms in the German state. Other fabulous farm girls grin and bare it in slinky farm costumes. Continue reading »
According to James: “What is a cosplayer? Well cosplayer is a person who dresses in the attire of their favorite character. These characters can be comic book, movie, video game, or animation related. Google Definition of Cosplay: the practice of dressing up as a character from a movie, book, or video game, especially one from the Japanese genres of manga and anime. Continue reading »
A student in Osaka, Japan who goes by the name ride_hero on Twitter has posted several photos of his highly disturbing, yet really cool superhero action figures. He makes these figures from scratch using shells from dead insects mainly cicadas and crabs. It looks rather creepy at first glance but it definitely is an interesting piece of art! Continue reading »
Fabrilab is a non-profit organization based in Bogota that develops free personalized prosthetics with superhero design for disadvantaged children suffering from rheumatism. Continue reading »
This is a series of nine Avengers character themed cocktails from The More I Arty. They don’t really sound like the best tasting recipes, but you throw a little umbrella in the glass and I’ll drink just about anything. Add a little pirate cutlass with some fruit skewered on it and I WILL drink anything. So yeah, hit the jump to see them all, then go to the bar and order a gin & tonic like a regular person who doesn’t like the taste of gin but drinks it anyways because they hate themselves. “You’re projecting.” I know I am.
Hit it for the rest including all the drink drawings which may or may yes have been drawn six sheets to the wind. Continue reading »
Post-80s parents dress up their kid to salute to the world cup. Continue reading »
Window washers from the American National Skyline company (from left to right in the image below: Jordan Emerson, Steve Oszaniec and Danny Oszaniec) suit up as Marvel Comics superheroes to pleasantly surprise the children (who are patients) and their families inside as the dressed up crew cleans the outside of the windows at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis. Photo credits: Brandon Dill. Continue reading »
This Feb. 18, 2011 file photo shows Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones during a patrol of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Seattle’s superhero, who has gained fans and a bit of fame as he works the streets of Seattle, was arrested and booked into King County Jail early Sunday, Oct. 9, 2011 for investigation of assault after an early morning incident involving pepper spray. His spokesperson says he was breaking up a fight and they have video of the incident. Police say he came up behind a group of people leaving a bar and sprayed them with pepper spray. (Joshua Trujillo / seattlepi.com via AP)
A 35-year-old Filipino man has been having plastic surgery for the last 16 years to look like Superman. Meet Herbert Chavez, a “pageant trainer” who has been going under the knife since 1995 to resemble the popular flying superhero.
His home in Calamba Laguna (south of Manila) is littered with Superman memorabilia, from t-shirts to bed sheets, life-sized Superman figures to pillows. What’s out of place is a life-sized figure of Spiderman, which appears to be climbing on a wall outside the house. Since 1995, Chavez has had a chin augmentation, rhinoplasty, silicone injections and thigh implants, according to local news program Bandila. One expert suggests that Chavez may have a condition known as body dismorphic disorder.
“They will never be satisfied by just one surgery… [they feel like] there’s still something wrong,” she told Bandila.
Superman hype reached a peak when late actor Christopher Reeve donned the familiar red and blue suit in the 1978 film, which was followed by three sequels. In 2006, Brandon Routh starred as the man of steel in the Bryan Singer-directed “Superman Returns.” Chavez’s surgically-enhanced body and face resembles an eerie combination of the two actors. (IBITimes)
Herbert Chavez poses with his life-sized Superman statues inside his house in Calamba Laguna, south of Manila October 12, 2011. In his idolization of the superhero, Chavez, a self-professed “pageant trainer” who owns two costume stores, has undergone a series of cosmetic surgeries for his nose, cheeks, lips and chin down to his thighs and even his skin color to look more like the “Man of Steel”. The final result bears little resemblance to his old self. (REUTERS / Cheryl Ravel) Continue reading »
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