Bram Stoker’s Dracula Armor Made from Foam

It’s always refreshing to see a costume I’ve never seen before, and this armor from the 1992 film Bram Stoker’s Dracula fits the bill. Matt Crabtree made the crimson armor that Vlad Dracula (as played by Gary Oldman) dons in the film. He pulled off the dramatic look with relatively inexpensive materials. He says:

Helmet i bought on ebay. Made from foam sheets, window weather sealing strips, cheap Freddy Krueger gloves, walmart shin gaurds, plastidip and a few other things

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