Create Your Own D.I.Y. Moose Outfit

Posted Friday, 9 March 2007 in Entertainment, Design
If you happen to be based in the north of Scandinavia, or Canada, you're probably only too aware of how tricky it can be to trap a moose and bring it home as a pet, so how about channeling your creativity into creating your own?
If your creative juices are still flowing strong at the end of the week, check out » Bored at home? for ideas on how to turn your family members into hard-to-catch animals such as moose, ostriches, seals or squirrels. The impressive thing is that these have all been created just using readily available pieces of clothing such as gloves, socks and tights.

Simultaneously hilarious and rather uncanny.

D.I.Y. Moose costume by Geoffrey Cottenceau

The 'animals' are the work of Geoffrey Cottenceau from the the ECAL University of art and design in Switzerland.

And if leaving the comfort of Photoshop seems far too adventurous, you could settle for creating a lovely Photoshopped animal instead – fully customised to suit your requirements!

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What the #&&%! are you doing
By Kjell Kåre on Sunday, 11 March 2007 11:42 PM
I belived this was a serious picture agency. Am I wrong?
By oh9 on Friday, 20 April 2007 11:32 AM
Hahahah !
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