This project has been a long time coming. Our client had to put it on hold for about a year, so Mr. S's half-made, uncanny mug has been staring at us from the corner, patiently [...]
Wow, we have never had such a busy winter before. The last few years have been slow from November to early March, but this year the flow of inquiries and custom orders never let up [...]
Two years ago I gathered a wide variety of tutorials together for a month of blog posts about DIY Halloween costumes, from burlesque to zombies, Star Wars to steampunk. I recently realized that [...]
Came across this quote today "All things you see will be changed, and out of their substance will make other things and again others, so the world may be ever new." Marcus [...]
Only 3 more days of my DIY Halloween series. Have you got an idea for your costume yet? Only 32 days left (really less because most of the parties are going to be on the 29th and 30th). Over the month I've found a pile of interesting goodies that don't fit into neat categories. I've packed them up into two posts. Enjoy, and please join our mailing list (box to the left) to get the Organic Armor quarterly newsletters.
There has been a revival of Burlesque in the last decade. Playful, old fashioned, individualized, it's sexy but not sexist because the dancers empower themselves with their performances.
The second post in the DIY Halloween 2010 series is dedicated to those ingenious and slightly obsessed Star Wars fans.
We enjoyed ourselves at Fanaticon last Saturday, a new comic book con right here in Asheville, NC. The organizers worked hard and did a great job on promotion. More than 3000 people came. It was [...]