GRIM REAPER

Death has never been so fun! Area 51’s truly terrifying Grim Reaper is an ever-popular attraction for suitably frightening nights.

This truly huge character boasts piercing red eyes and carries a huge scythe. The costume features a fibreglass skull and cast latex skeletal fingers. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any scarier – we have two!

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GIRAFFE

GIRAFFE A giraffe standing some 17-feet-tall and looking rather realistic... this is another stalwart Area 51 costume that’s still going strong. But due to its sheer size this is not suitable for every venue, so call us to discuss. Man, aluminium subframe and faux fur come together in perfect harmony to create this truly enormous replica of the tallest creature on earth. GALLERY Views 7 Likes 0 iPhone 4S 4mm/ƒ/2.4/1/1783s/ISO 64 Taken 8th September 2012 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 5 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 1 Likes 0 DSC-WX1 4mm/ƒ/7.1/10/1000s/ISO 160 Taken 9th September 2012 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 1 Likes 0 iPhone 4S 4mm/ƒ/2.4/1/1534s/ISO 64 Taken 8th September 2012 Uploaded 18th August 2018 RELATED POSTS LONG ARMSLONG ARMS Like something staggering in from a surrealist’s worst nightmare, these long-arm weirdos are almost impossible to categorise.  A walking art installation? These monsters come with red Pinstripe or black buckle-up suits, extra-long arms equipped with massively clawing hands and a tortured, twisted head. Probably not suited to your average kid`s birthday party as they`re bound to disturb, these oddball characters have a funny and freaky, walkabout style that’s been brilliantly received at festivals and in clubs that are looking for something a bit more, er, thought-provoking. GALLERY Views 3 Likes 0 NIKON D90 28mm/ƒ/10.0/10/1000s/ISO 200 Taken 19th May 2008 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 4 Likes 0 NIKON D90 18mm/ƒ/16.0/10/1000s/ISO 200 Taken 19th May 2008 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 2 Likes 0 NIKON D90 22mm/ƒ/8.0/10/1000s/ISO 200 Taken 19th May 2008 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 3 Likes 0 NIKON D90 18mm/ƒ/10.0/10/1000s/ISO 200 Taken 19th May 2008 Uploaded 18th August 2018 RELATED POSTSRead moreDIGI DEMONDIGI DEMON Another showpiece Digileg character, our lifelike Demon will tower over trembling onlookers! Highly detailed and completely custom made in our workshops, the Demon’s ungula hooves are built around the company's sensational Digilegs technology. It has resin horns, a realistic foam latex skin. The overall effect is truly devilish and diabolical... This fantasy creature is a regular at Jonathon Ross's famed annual Halloween bash! But the Demon does not travel alone; the character's specs mean it needs a suitable dressing room to apply the costume. For best effect we recommend this character is booked alongside one or two of our Digileg fauns – perfect for any fantasy event. GALLERY Views 21 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 14 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 10 Likes 0 NIKON D700 28mm/ƒ/2.8/1/80s/ISO 200 Taken 1st March 2013 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 14 Likes 0 NIKON D700 28mm/ƒ/2.8/1/200s/ISO 640 Taken 1st March 2013 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 5 Likes 0 NIKON D90 10mm/ƒ/8.0/10/30s/ISO 800 Taken 24th October 2010 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 13 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 19 Likes 0 NIKON D610 18mm/ƒ/6.3/10/300s/ISO 2500 Taken 4th June 2018 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 13 Likes 0 NIKON D700 28mm/ƒ/2.8/1/125s/ISO 640 Taken 1st March 2013 Uploaded 18th August 2018 RELATED POSTSRead more

HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE

HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE The horsemen of the apocalypse may be seen by some as a terrifying sign from the Bible of the impending “end times” but here at Area 51 these eerie equestrians are easily among our favourite characters. And although they may be the physical incarnations of the forces of man's self-destruction, 51’s postilion of pestilence, dragoon of death, rider of famine and jockey of famine are a joy to have appear at any shindig, large or small… but really come into their own on Halloween. GALLERY Views 6 Likes 0 NIKON D70 15mm/ƒ/6.3/10/130s/ISO 200 Taken 22nd June 2007 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 4 Likes 0 NIKON D70 15mm/ƒ/6.3/10/130s/ISO 200 Taken 22nd June 2007 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 4 Likes 0 NIKON D70 15mm/ƒ/6.3/10/130s/ISO 200 Taken 22nd June 2007 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 5 Likes 0 NIKON D70 15mm/ƒ/6.3/10/130s/ISO 200 Taken 22nd June 2007 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 5 Likes 0 NIKON D70 15mm/ƒ/6.3/10/130s/ISO 200 Taken 22nd June 2007 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 3 Likes 0 NIKON D100 15mm/ƒ/5.6/10/30s Taken 30th November 2008 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 5 Likes 0 NIKON D70 15mm/ƒ/6.3/10/130s/ISO 200 Taken 22nd June 2007 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 5 Likes 0 NIKON D70 15mm/ƒ/6.3/10/130s Taken 22nd June 2007 Uploaded 18th August 2018 RELATED POSTS

DUCKS

DUCKS Waddle catch the eye and fit the bill for any event that needs something special? In one foul swoop this eye-catching gaggle can provide an ‘inducktion’ into beak-performance art! This fluffy flock can rival Donald, Daffy, Huey, Dewey and Louie, Daphne, Daisy, Count Duckula, Scrooge and Orville and keep their feathers well-oiled for a variety of uses. There are a number of ducks available and they’re perfect for avant garde walkabouts, flash mob PR stunts (they can turn up anywhere and hassle people for bread or, if you prefer, just simply go quackers) and can also do bizarre stage dance routines. For club stage shows the ducks can even launch giant “golden egg” balloons into the audience for “egg-stra” fun factor (sorry!). GALLERY Views 15 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 10 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 10 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 9 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 9 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 12 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 9 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 Views 9 Likes 0 Uploaded 18th August 2018 RELATED POSTS

YETI

YETI There’s nothing abominable about Area 51’s Legendary Yeti: Our giant cuddly Rock Star has travelled the World - even starring in a DVD by glam-pop stars Scissor Sisters who he performed with on tour and at London’s Royal Albert Hall! Although not actually on stilts, the Yeti is nine-foot-tall and six-foot-wide, so he might as well be! Boasting jointed mechanical construction, this is an incredible outfit: We’d say, pound-for pound, our most popular character - especially with the ladies who just love to hug the huge teddy bear. The yeti is especially effective when used with a handler and is superb when accompanied by a team of snow-bound bonkers mountaineers. GALLERY Views 4 Likes 0 NIKON D70 15mm/ƒ/9.0/10/600s Taken 2nd June 2005 Uploaded 18th August 2018 RELATED POSTS