Halloween is a time for people to get especially creative and this year, Redditor BritishRacingGreen and his girlfriend have gone all out, transforming themselves into life-size plastic green army men. The San Francisco-based duo roamed the city streets in their elaborate getup, stopping for…
Halloween night brought out many horrifying and spooky costumes but none could quite match up to supermodel and extravagant party-thrower Heidi Klum’s incredibly awesome costume. Worn for her 12th Annual Halloween party at Venetian Resort’s TAO Nightclub in Las Vegas, her skinned dead body was even brought in on an autopsy table with two bloody doctors to assist. Klum still kept the… Continue
What master sculptor Ray Villafane does with pumpkins is more than just carve a typical holiday jack-o-lantern. We've seen his past pumpkin sculptures before but his latest creation for The New York Botanical Garden is otherworldly. Or should we say... UNDERworldly!… Continue
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Whoever said Halloween was a holiday just for kids hasn't checked the Halloween Dog Parade in New York City. This year's event was held on October 22 and attended by 500 dogs and 3,000 spectators. If you weren't able to swing by, you're in luck. Photographer Vivienne Gucwa wrote to us to tell us… Continue
Just when we thought our pumpkin carvings were creative, we ran across these! We've seen Ray Villafane's expert hand at sand sculpting, but his original expertise lies in pumpkin carving. With Halloween creeping up on us, the New York native's pumpkin sculptures are in season. Each wrinkly, orange… Continue
It's only a few more weeks till Halloween! What does that mean? You're probably going to be seeing a lot more scary and spooky stuff from us. Love this time of year. In fact, I'm going to dedicate this week's Creative Links of the Week post to Halloween! Why? Because there's so many awesome ideas surrounding this holiday, we just have to share them.…
Ever wonder what Halloween would be like if you were a kid growing up in New York City? In this series, titled Halloween in Harlem, photographer Amy Stein explores this question as shows us the many colorful kid costumes walking the urban streets.
Stein is a photographer and teacher based in New York City. Her work explores our evolving isolation…
Halloween option #7 has lots of potential. Metromix, Indie 103.1, and Bud Light Lime team up to present Drop Dead Goregeous Halloween at the Natural History Museum in LA. With marble halls filled with creepy animals, a Spider Pavilion, live bands and DJs, and no cover, this event could be worth checking out.
Are you single and lookin' to mingle? Highlands 6th Annual Halloween Lingerie and Costume Ball might be just for you. Party at one of Hollywood's largest nightclubs featuring seven DJs, six dance areas and $1000 cash prize for naughtiest costume. Who knows, you may find Prince Charming or that scantily clad nurse you've always been looking… Continue
Elevate Lounge is by far one of the best looking venues and one of my personal faves. Party 21 floors above Downtown LA in a 6,000-square-foot club in a high-rise that has a view like no other. The best place to kick back in the house is the glass-enclosed outdoor lounge that circles the perimeter of the club, but there are also VIP booths and a shiny dance floor. Doors open at 8 pm and there's free sushi until 9pm.… Continue
Added by Eugene on October 9, 2008 at 12:00pm —
WARNING: This isn't for the lighthearted. Knotts Scary Farm is the oldest, biggest, and arguably the baddest scare-fests in So Cal. Zombies and freakish monsters lurk behind every sagebrush in Knott's three scare zones, CarnEVIL, The Gauntlet, and Ghost Town. This year's event features 13 mazes, which include the new Alien Annihilation (sci-fi meets horror) and the all-night-rave-gone-wrong Club Blood, as well as returning classics such as The… Continue
Added by Eugene on October 7, 2008 at 10:45am —
Are you dressing up like a drag queen this year? Halloween option #2 is for you! One of the world's most creative, outrageous and original Halloween celebrations is held annually in the City of West Hollywood. The West Hollywood Carnaval actually spans from October 23rd to October 31st but the main event takes place on October 31st from 6pm-11pm. Aside from the… Continue