[PHOTO] Best ‘Day of the Dead’ Costume

Check out this amazing Day of the Dead costume…The dress is skillfully made of “cups, plates, and plastic utensils.” (more here)

Source: Goli Mohammadi – MAKE magazine

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[PHOTO] かわいい!Lindo! Kawaii! Tokyo Disney Sea Día de los Muertos Skeleton Parade


Some truly colorful (and very kawaii!) festive images at Tokyoblings Blog, see them here:

It is Halloween which just possibly could be the highest point of the season at the newer one of Tokyo’s two different Disney parks, Tokyo Disney Sea. The whole park is decorated in a sort of hyper colorful Mexican Day of the Dead theme with fantastic looking skeletons entertaining the visitors throughout the park…(more)

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Best Day of the Dead Costume Ever


Goli Mohammadi reports:  We spied this amazing Day of the Dead costume online today. The dress is skillfully made of “cups, plates, and plastic utensils,” and it looks like the suit is made of garbage bags. Not sure how “recycled” the materials are, but a great re-imagining of those form factors nonetheless. Do you know who these makers are? If so, let us know in the comments so we can give them the credit they deserve. It was just too good not to share. (Contact goli Mohammadi at goli (at) makermedia (dot) com.)

Goli Mohammadi – MAKE magazine

Time For Something Scary Cool

These Watches Are Perfect for Halloween…or Any Other Day

These watches are a bit funky, a little scary, a lot out of the ordinary. In short, they’re perfect for this macabre season. But don’t worry—these are meticulously crafted watches that can be worn all year round (unlike those plastic vampire teeth).

Speake Marin Skull.
Speake Marin Skull.

Speake-Marin Mirror Skull
US $18,900, limited edition of 20 pieces, www.speake-marin.com

Watchmaker Peter Speake-Marin, a Brit living in Switzerland, is known for his attention to detail, fine finishing and high-end watchmaking. The skulls on the dial are etched using chemical engraving.

Artya Werewolf.
Artya Werewolf.

Artya Werewolf with Blood Dial
7,900 CHF, unique piece, www.artya.luxuryartpieces.com

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