9 Indiana Jones Cosplays


With the announcement of a new Indiana Jones film coming our way, I just had to collect all of these archeological adventurers. Watch out for booby traps! This looks like a screen shot out of a film. This kind of image takes team work, combining great costumes, talented subjects, and a photographer with a GREAT […]

10 Slave Leia Cosplays


Princess Leia’s metal bikini is such an iconic Star Wars costume. Love it or hate it, the bikini is here to stay. I love seeing Leia on a con floor and have found 10 more amazing artists to add to my collection. Each one is special and stands out in her own way so like […]

11 Jessica Rabbit Cosplays


The impossible dress is back for another feature! There is almost no way to keep Jessica Rabbit’s dress up the way it is drawn. Between the makeup, the figure, and the physics defying gown Jessica is a very challenging cosplay. Want to take her on? Get inspired by the artists in my archives, including these […]

6 Edward Scissorhands Cosplays


Edward Scissorhands is such an amazing movie and today’s mini feature is one of my favorites. Get ready to meet 6 incredible cosplayers and a special little bonus just in case you’re thinking of taking on this Burton creation yourself! First up is the extraordinary Manuel D’Andrea. This cosplay chameleon is so much fun to […]

12 Katniss Everdeen Cosplays


Katniss Everdeen from the Hunger Games trilogy has become a beacon of hope, symbol for the rebellion, and with her wardrobe, a highly prized cosplay option. Her gowns and battle costumes are equally saught after so I try my best to give you a little of everything. Ready to be impressed? I love this lineup […]

8 Billy the Puppet Cosplays


Billy the Puppet has a prominent place in the Saw horror movie franchise. This clown-like doll strikes fear in the hearts of many and is perfect for Halloween. Besides a pretty basic costume the makeup is a 3 color simple design that makes it easy to customize. Find 8 Billy artists in today’s feature and […]



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  • I think part of my weakness for 1940s hair is how *neat and pretty* it is at the same time as it's *securely stowed.* Pin these styles well enough (and maybe even pomade them a little, I don't know), and you don't have to be terrified of wind. You can go on about your business without forever worrying about your hair. And that's. ~relieved sigh~ That's worth somethin'.

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  • This would be a cute save the date picture. Have the couple kissing and the date written on the umbrella

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