Nora See Art comes up with the most creative costumes, especially when it comes to the Haunted Mansion attraction from Disney Parks. She once did a living statue version of one of the characters from the stretching portraits, and for Halloween this year, she turned to the wallpaper for inspiration. The purple wallpaper in the Haunted Mansion features a scary monster/demon print with eye balls but somehow still manages to look classy.
Nora used the swirly designs (see the wallpaper below) in a unique costume design that brings the wallpaper to life. She came up with a fierce Haunted Mansion Wallpaper Warrior costume. It features an elaborate headpiece, arm gauntlets, and a corset. You can see an in-progress pic of the headpiece below
Some reference in case you’re not familiar with the Haunted Mansion wallpaper:
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