Just the other day, we showed you what happens when Japanese students have no dresscode for graduation: the best cosplay party ever.
Of course, Japan is not the only place where cosplay thrives. In Korea we’ve seen popular K-pop stars embrace their inner cosplayer and here in America, we’ve witnessed the intensity of cosplay branch out into weddings such as this World of Warcraft themed wedding.
As much as we enjoy this seeing people dressed up as our favorite characters, we simply can’t understand how much hard work it all takes unless we take up cosplay ourselves. For instance, who would’ve known that one of the biggest issues cosplayers have to deal with is space.
With all the intricate parts to some of these outfits, it’s no wonder that people end up without room to store everything. After all, many of these outfits are not just clothing. The outfits often come with a variety of accessories, weapons, pets, etc.
So IKEA decided to tackle this problem. IKEA Singapore’s latest online campaign brings cosplay into mainstream media by taking over a cosplayer’s room.
Only known by the name Frank, this cosplayer shows off his various outfits and points out how he has run out of room. IKEA comes to the rescue to prove how their furniture can be utilized. Check it out below in “IKEA bedroom Stories (Singapore) – Frank the Cosplayer.”