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Do you wear your costumes around the house? Before a con, while you’re working on it, or just because you can?
I Came across this photo series today titled “Just the Two of Us” by Klaus Pichler. It features a variety of cosplayers / costumers doing mundane activities in their homes while in costume. 
What I really love about the project is seeing how the rooms match with the costumes and, in some cases, how they are different. I also really love the contrast of mundane activities and elaborate costumes! 
You can check out the full set here:
http://www.kpic.at/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=56&Itemid=113
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cosplaytutorial:

Do you wear your costumes around the house? Before a con, while you’re working on it, or just because you can?
I Came across this photo series today titled “Just the Two of Us” by Klaus Pichler. It features a variety of cosplayers / costumers doing mundane activities in their homes while in costume. 
What I really love about the project is seeing how the rooms match with the costumes and, in some cases, how they are different. I also really love the contrast of mundane activities and elaborate costumes! 
You can check out the full set here:
http://www.kpic.at/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=56&Itemid=113
Zoom Info
cosplaytutorial:

Do you wear your costumes around the house? Before a con, while you’re working on it, or just because you can?
I Came across this photo series today titled “Just the Two of Us” by Klaus Pichler. It features a variety of cosplayers / costumers doing mundane activities in their homes while in costume. 
What I really love about the project is seeing how the rooms match with the costumes and, in some cases, how they are different. I also really love the contrast of mundane activities and elaborate costumes! 
You can check out the full set here:
http://www.kpic.at/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=56&Itemid=113
Zoom Info

cosplaytutorial:

Do you wear your costumes around the house? Before a con, while you’re working on it, or just because you can?

I Came across this photo series today titled “Just the Two of Us” by Klaus Pichler. It features a variety of cosplayers / costumers doing mundane activities in their homes while in costume. 

What I really love about the project is seeing how the rooms match with the costumes and, in some cases, how they are different. I also really love the contrast of mundane activities and elaborate costumes! 

You can check out the full set here:

http://www.kpic.at/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=56&Itemid=113

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