I won a virtual Halloween costume contest

I won Polyvore.com’s Halloween contest by submitting this Mario & Luigi Halloween costume, which I created using Polyvore’s simple editing tools.

Polyvore is my favorite new site. It offers a simple, well designed, easy-to-use, AJAX editing tool that can be used to create a collage of images. Most of the current users are making fashion-related collages of cool outfits, but the tool itself isn’t fashion-specific in any way, so you could easily imagine it being used for interior design, website layouts, cars, caricatures, art, etc. It seems to have a very active, very large user community. Whenever I create anything, I always get feedback and comments very quickly.

Here’s some other stuff I’ve created on Polyvore –

And here are some of my favorites, created by other people. It’s really stunning what some people do with Polyvore.

4 comments ↓

#1 BK on 11.02.07 at 5:41 pm

I’m such a douchebag for spelling deuchebag wrong.

Yeah, Ian Rogers is dope.

Haha, I’m all about the Google Reader. I got so many RSSesses up in that shit that it takes a full workday just getting through all the stories. I’m such a sucker for them headlines.

Hey, that record player image is pretty cool. I might have to steal it for my own purposes.

BTW, I got a post coming up all about your My Maps / wildfire saga. It’s mostly written up, I’m just waiting for the weekday to post it up.

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[…] My friend Thai showed me Polyvore back in October. “Check out this site my friend Pasha is building,” he said. I instantly fell in love. It was like a combination of online Photoshop and Flickr, but for art instead of photos. I was fascinated by all the cool things people were creating using Polvore — fashion, interior design, artistic self-expression, caricatures, logos, postcards, etc. I started making my own sets and was surprised by how quickly they got comments and “Likes” from the user community. I ended up winning Polyvore’s Halloween contest. […]

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