The Papercut Monster Halloween Costume by Troy Barber
Troy Barber had one night to prepare for an impromptu Halloween party, so for his costume he bought a Tyvek paint suit and a can of Spray77, recycled an old stryofoam bicycle helmet, and dug up an old in-line shredder out of his attic to create this creepy, yeti-like Paper Cut Monster. Troy spent several hours shredding several reams of used office paper, leaving about an inch of un-shredded paper at one end. He then spray-mounted the intact end of each piece (printed side facing out) onto the Tyvek paint suit and did the same thing to the bicycle helmet while spray-mounting more shredded paper to a dollar store mask.
HOW TO MAKE THIS COSTUME
Shred about five reams of used office paper using an inline shredder, leaving about an inch of paper intact at each end.
Glue the intact end of each piece of paper shredded end up and print side out to the Tyvek suit, covering it completely.
Don't forget to not glue paper over your zipper!
Glue larger sheets of shredded paper on to an old bicycle helmet, then spray mount finely shredded paper to a cheap mask.