Straps and frills and TIE fighters? I am into this. The Dita Von TIEs Dress is available in sizes 6-12 with free shipping.
But that’s not all.
Imgur user trustmeimasuperhero dressed up his daughter Stormie as Jedi Elsa Rey for Wizard World in Des Moines. The results, as you can see, are impossibly adorable.
If that wasn’t enough, his friend made a custom Lego based on the costume. Check that out, along with additional pics below. [click to continue…]
I think AT-AT pug is all the proof you need. Not enough? You are a tough sell my friend. Check out more examples below that will surely melt your cold heart. [click to continue…]
Last month we revealed that plush versions of Harley Quinn’s Suicide Squad bat and mallet are coming this fall for a fairly reasonable price. However, if you’re into DIY projects and want to make something more elaborate for your cosplay, Vinny Logozio of DIY Prop Shop has produced a tutorial on how to make a simulated wood grain Harley hammer on the cheap.
The final product is actually pretty fantastic—much better than anything I’ve seen available for sale. See how it’s done in the video below. [click to continue…]
Inspired by a certain trickster, this Mischief Office Wear Collection from Catherine Elhoffer makes a bold statement.
Something like “you were made to be ruled”.
The Mischief sheath dress and hi-lo blazer are sold separately or as a set. Personally, I’m eyeballing that blazer and trying not to drool. Check out more pics after the break…
There was plenty of fantastic cosplay to be found at the recent PAX East convention, but Bindi Smalls’ 3D-printed Gwen cosplay from Embers of War definitely stood out.
Dark Rift commissioned Bindi to make the costume and she certainly delivered. It required 11 3D printers and 1,700 print hours to make, but the final product was definitely worth all the effort. See how the costume came together in the video below. [click to continue…]
A team of researchers with the University of Bristol created a gauntlet that uses acoustic levitation to manipulate small objects. They’ve dubbed it the “Gauntlet of Levitation” or GauntLev for short. Catchy, right?
The GauntLev is part of a broader effort to create acoustic levitation devices that could, one day, help people work safely with hazardous materials. This effort includes another version that they have compared to the Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver. Read more after the break…
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