Oooooooo at last an offer for the readers of my blog – 20% off at Prangsta for all your costume needs. To take advantage of this you’ll need to email me (email@example.com) so I can give you the special code. I’ve posted some of their work below to whet your costume juices. Remember they are one of a kind and any hire includes personal styling and an ENTIRE costume (including all accessories as shown below). Depending on your choice of costume prices are from £70.00! Quick word of warning though – they are very busy around New Year’s Eve so get booked in ASAP to reserve your fabulous costume.
A video documenting 4 months of work in creating a replica of Thomas Bangalter’s helmet from Daft Punk. The piece has over 350 LEDs, can run over 4 hours on a single charge, and the matrix is capable of being updated on-the-fly with a custom programmed iOS app (via Nerdcore).
Click here to read more and see a photo shoot featuring a pretty darn sexy DeLorean.
Inspired by @stylist_dog this is a post you would only really get away with on a Friday! (source)
Rob Da Bank’s amazing costume at Bestival (the space themed year which explains the ET thing) from Prangsta (who also did my costume for the Eat Your Heart Out shoot):
This demonstrates exactly why I need a geeky boyfriend – so they can make costumes like this for the pusses!
Every now and then Lost At E Minor throws up some unexpected gems- this feel good film is a great example. As for the Dad – well he is a DILF as well as being super creative! He’s also a smart cookie as has made sure it all links back to his agency Cobra Creative. Full instructions on how to make it posted online here.
After his son asked to be Deadmau5 for Halloween, this particularly handy Dad created the craziest, coolest outfit imaginable. Puts the rest of us hacks to shame.
I remember a few years ago there were literally herds of people pissing about at Halloween dressed as Heath Ledger’s joker – this year I am pretty confident it will be this BP oil splattered jump suit. Dead fish & wrench not included: