As we approach Halloween, there’s nothing more cool and yet demoralizing and yet cool as a guy who’s made a costume so badass that it makes you just want to wear all white, paint your face white, put baby powder in your hair and call yourself a piece of chalk just to get it over with–because you know you can’t hang.
That is the case with this costume: it’s H.R. Giger’s Alien…in a tux. It’s not only brilliant, it’s a perfect example of how limitations breed genius:
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So instead of being an Alien–which I’ve seen multiple times at Halloween to various degrees of success–you made your Alien memorable by putting him in a tuxedo. A predator looking killer in his formal wear. Sir, you rock. Kids, take the lesson.