The following video from Wired puts a spotlight on the incredible talents of costume and prop-maker Shawn Thorsson. This guy tackles some ambitious projects like Iron Man and Warhammer armor and even a full-scale ED-209 replica.

It’s truly inspiring stuff. Maybe I’ll skip taking that nap today.

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gecko atat battle

Why didn’t GEICO think of this?

See how the magnificent cardboard costume came together in the following gallery.

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ultimate blizzcon cosplay

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We thought we gave you all the BlizzCon 2015 cosplay you could handle yesterday, but we were wrong. We found more! I mean, just look at this awesome group shot.

Photos by Matthieu Roussotte.

Here are some of our favorites:

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mad hatter cosplay

Stunning Mad Hatter cosplay by Batbunny Cosplay. Photo by John Jiao Photography.

(via Cosplay Blog)


The cosplay at BlizzCon was extra epic this year, and you can treat yourself to all the armor eye candy after the break in videos from Sneaky Zebra and Killers And Company.

There’s also a bonus video featuring Jessica Nigri putting together her show-stopping Deathwing. Plus you can take a closer look at that amazing 3D printed StarCraft Nova cosplay we featured earlier today (Video #1 – 1:35 for example).

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Mom and former oncology nurse Holly Christensen created a group called The Magic Yarn Project where volunteers who love to crochet get together to make Disney princess wigs for children battling cancer. She started the project after deciding to make a Rapunzel yarn wig for the daughter of a friend was diagnosed with lymphoma. As Babble notes, she thought it might help the toddler deal with the loss of her hair and “help bring a little magic and fun to a difficult time in her life”.

Now the group is making all kinds of Disney Princess wigs, and they have a GoFundMe page where people can donate and help bring wigs to more families in need.

Take a look at more cute kids wearing Disney yarn wigs after the break.

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If we ever develop a way to get transfusions of energy and creativity, I want my donor to be cosplayer Natasha Spokish aka Bindi Smalls. She spent 21 and roughly 500 hours designing, creating, 3D-printing, modeling, and finishing this incredible StarCraft Nova cosplay.

Check out more pictures and details of her work after the break…

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alien cosplay

I’m fairly sure that most people would agree that the Alien Queen was both badass and frighteningly beautiful. Both of those qualities come through in this cosplay by Giulietta Zawadzki aka Beau Peep 101 Cosplay.

Top photo by ACE A.M.P Photography.

See more pictures after the break.

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Since Fallout 4 is finally here, let’s celebrate with some epic Fallout cosplay from Baty Alquawen. Aside from her cool 111 Vault-Tec suit and the awesome industrial/post-apocalyptic setting, I also like Baty’s attention to detail—the Nuka bottle that pops up in a couple of the shots is a perfect example.

Photos: Lifestalking Photography

Check out some more pics after the break…

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Borderlands Handsome Jack cosplay by Mary & Feinobi cosplay. Photo by So Say We All.

Check out the entire cosplay after the break…

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