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Fashion for Nonhumans

Fashion for Nonhumans

PBS Explores Cosplay With One Of Our Own Editors!

Well, two, actually. Yes, in addition to Jill, I, Susana, am also in this video. But I’m not telling you who, though I will tell you that I appear more than once. Speculate at your leisure!

Previously in Cosplay

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These Avengers & Ghibli Fashion Designs Would Rock The Runway

We previously showed you avant-garde fashion looks inspired by our favorite Disney characters. Design student Sasha (aka Sashii or Sashiiko) is back with a few fashions imagined thanks to The Avengers (we’ve seen similar, fun designs before), Studio Ghibli and more! Personally, I’m digging the “Hawkeye.”

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Ladies, You Can Now Wear a Dog’s Impression of Hawkeye as a Shirt (Also Hawkguy)

There are two Hawkeyes in the Marvel universe, and yes, they’re both called Hawkeye. There’s Kate Bishop, who smells like tea and flowers and pizza and maybe some socialite schmoozing, and there’s Clint Barton, who smells like coffee and dog food and costumes. I mean, it’s pretty clear who I’d want to go on a cross country road trip of emotional discovery with. Fortunately, I can now announce this with WeLoveFine’s Hawkeye shirts, now being offered in ladies sizes both scoopneck and regular. Part of the proceeds from each shirt goes to Futures Without Violence.

Oh fine, here’s the one for Clint:

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If Wild Animals Were People, What Kind Of Outfits Would They Wear?

I’ve seen animals in human clothes before but never quite like this. Photographer Miguel Vallinas created a series called Segundas Pieles (Second Skins) in which he photoshops animal heads onto human bodies. But he put some serious thought into their clothing choices. I’m now picturing them walking down the street and having nightmares. This could be the start of a fantastic sci-fi series.

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Shadow Body Art Gorgeously Detailed, More Temporary Than Tattoos

Want some body art that won’t make you eventually regret your decisions but will still look awesome? Artist Maiko Takeda has made the most intricate shadow body art we’ve ever seen. Takeda projects roses, skulls, cats, faces and more on the bodies of her models. Sure, these images will change with the light, but isn’t that better than a bad tattoo that doesn’t? And if you like it enough, you can just get the shadows tattooed on your body anyway!

(via Neatorama)

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Designer 3-D-Prints Tentacle Shoes, Barnacle Capes, And More

 

These designer shoes are no ordinary Louboutins or Ferragamos– they’re by designer Iris van Herpen, who used a 3-D printer to create this pair of sky-high tentacle heels for her Paris Fashion Week show.

Head under the cut for more pictures of the 3-D printed collection, and a video of the shoes in action.

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Hey Cosplayers: Mutant Silkworms Spin Fluorescent Silk

Mutant silkworms may not be joining the X-Men any time soon, but they are certainly producing fabric that would be great for some other cosplay purposes.

By imbuing the worms with DNA from organisms with glowing genes, the silk these worms produce fluoresces under black light. Only three colors are available so far (green from jellyfish, red and orange from different kinds of coral).

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Nathan Fillion Is A Smooth-Talking Jerk Of A Monster In This Monsters University Clip

Looks like Nathan Fillion is putting a little Captain Hammer into his Monsters University role.

(via Geek Girl Diva)

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Pictures From the London Theater Production of Princess Mononoke

The Whole Hog Theatre company’s Studio Ghibli-acknowledged production of Princess Mononoke is on break for a bit, but will be returning to the New Diorama Theatre in London to play another dozen sold out shows in June. Hayao Miyazaki’s epic has been adapted for live theater with some impressive puppets in place of the many animal and non-human characters, and, in keeping with the movie’s environmentalist themes, they’ve been constructed entirely from recycled items.

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This LEGO Purse Will Fit With Any Outfit

We showcased some seriously chic Karl Lagerfeld/Chanel LEGO purses before but for something softer, and equally cool, Karen Booker has the answer. Her Block Bag is a 10:1 scale replica of a LEGO brick. It’s made from cotton denim and is selling for $99. And if you like the look, there’s a LEGO pillow, too!

(via luxfordst on Etsy)

Previously in LEGO

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