It will probably comes as no surprise, that Halloween is not only my favorite holiday, but also a great excuse to get weird and push my creative chops. Halloween allows me to work in a more sculptural, three-dimensional way, and explore interesting concepts and costumes that are wearable and functional. Plus it's a ton of fun to be a chameleon and try to imbue my costumes with the aura of the character I am portraying.
Whether it's spooky season or not, I hope these various Halloween projects from over the years evoke October in all its forms: the feeling of crackling leaves, maniacal laughter piped in from nowhere, pumpkin patches, candy binges, and haunted houses. In the immortal words of Al Jourgensen "Everyday is Halloween". True dat, good sir.