I Can't Play With Those!: Dress Made Of Magic Cards

March 27, 2013


This is self-proclaimed 'Destroyer of Cards' Amy Demicco at the PAX East convention in Boston sporting the dress, helmet and axe she made from 800 cut up Magic: The Gathering cards. Now before you go off complaining about how could somebody cut up perfectly good Magic cards, stop for a second and consider what the rest of us are going to think about you after your verbal tirade. SPOILER: Less -- we're going to think less of you. And that's saying a lot because I already think you belong in prison.

Hit the jump for several more shots.





Thanks to PYY, who trusts my taste in women's fashion.

  • Matty Spinny

    dude she cut up the cards! there are nerds crying in California now. no not just cause she cut up the cards; but the pure fact that we all know that we have no chance with her. -_- *tear*


    i think amy did a great job!

  • Jakefromstatefarm

    I've actually seen a lot better looking MTG dresses. Nothing new.

  • Larry Symms

    Plains over your chesticles? Amy, don't denegrate yourself like that. It's unbecoming.

  • I don't think she's big enough to get away with Mountains though. Least she didn't plaster her crotch with forests. That would just be awkward.

  • AngryKat

    Methinks I have a few decks laying about. To the sewing machine!

  • Luka Mlinar

    It's so Nerdy I'm Gonna DIE!!!

  • Chris Feher

    Need more hovermyr.

  • I'd be scared of getting paper cuts in my arm pits.

  • Damon Sherman

    I'd Mana screw that.

  • This chick is so nerdy she probably doesn't know how to talk to girls.

  • It's so true, I really don't. IT'S JUST SO AWKWARD.

  • Brant_Alan

    Were the men there all like "You ruined that Blue Eyes White Dragon card!!"?

  • I have one from that Kaiba starter deck way back in middle school. If the cards were the same size, I would totally put it in as a gag.

  • I'd tap that

    i couldn't help myself

  • Leo

    I'd also ruffle those feathers

  • Finally... was holding my breath.

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