San Francisco artist and designer Lauren O. Venell makes all kinds of cool props and plushies, but this giant burrito costume might just take the cake--or in this case, the guacamole.
The foam-based costume was commissioned for a video series by The Bold Italic. In addition to some close-ups of the costume (look at the detail on that salsa!), Venell also shares a few hilarious photos of the burrito about town.
According Venell, “My work is unabashedly escapist, hinting at some simple, childish perfection just around the corner.” More of her projects—including a giant burrito body pillow—are available on her website. [h/t Nerdist]
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