Poland-based couple Kaja & Johnny create amazing post-apocalyptic costumes, bags & armor with lots of Japanese & cyberpunk influences.
The Hand of Garkhan
Los Angeles-based Alonso Garzon is a hand-stitching machine, turning out pieces with orderly laid-out leather panels, military hardware & straps, and found items.
Los Angeles-based Evan Ohl is a graphic designer who continually cranks out amazing post-apocalyptic costumes, grungy cyberpunk costumes, bags & cyberpunk rifles.
California-based Scott Johnson took a break from building off-road racing trucks to create post-apocalyptic pirate outfits, props & special effects.
Callum Walker makes post-apocalyptic costumes & props. Influences include World War II uniforms, The Lord of the Rings & Star Wars.
German couple Ole & Freya create post-apocalyptic costumes, including helmets, masks & weapons.
Poland-based Konrad Radziszewski meticulously hand-crafts armor, helmets, goggles, bags, knives & more with leather, steel plate & found items. The result is beautiful, jaw-dropping detail & character.
Rad Roach Gear
Germany-based Kleiner Zorn & Sumpkid are a team of artists, costume designers, prop builders & crafters, creating props and gear for LARP, stage, photo & video shoots.
The themes of their work include post-apocalyptic, cyberpunk, tribal , Metro & S.T.A.L.K.E.R.
Currently, their work is available on Etsy or via direct commission.
Nuclear Snail Studios
Born in Russia, Germany-based Dmitri Zaitsev is well-known for his costume distressing tutorials. His trend-setting work has influenced countless post-apocalyptic costume makers.
Larry Hastings is based near Cincinnati, Ohio & has been fabricating a lot of costumes influenced by Fallout, as well as the German style of post-apocalyptic costuming. His skill set continues to expand, with special effects & cyberpunk makeup becoming recent interests.
Mark Cordory Creations
UK-based Mark Cordory is a professional prop maker who has worked on popular TV shows & movies for decades. He brings his impressive skillset & experience into his own unique style, comprising solid construction & realistic, age-worn paint jobs.
Poland-based retailer Wasted Couture supports a team of local crafters that create post-apocalyptic & alternative fashions for musicians & the general public.
Sweden-based Erik Warg Tingwe creates high-quality, highly-detailed costumes that are in the top of the European style.
Germany-based alternative model & artist Mia Shinda enjoys creating all sorts of post-apocalyptic & horror costumes & accessories.
Ron's Rusty Gear
Germany-based Ronald Kellner hasn’t been active since 2016, but we can still check out his designs on his Facebook page.
4 Riders Clothing
We don’t often hear of post-apocalyptic culture in South America, but Argentina-based 4 Rider Clothing seems to be clothing the scene. Innovative harnesses & masks seem to dominate the offerings.
Poland-based artist Burzan Krzewu creates jewelry out of computer chips, chainsaw chains, wire & other found items.
UK-based artist Ian offers affordable clothing, accessories & gear. Many of his items are off-the-shelf products that have been painted & distressed. There are a lot of Metro, STALKER & Fallout-based themes.
Sky Iron Sanctum
New Jersey-based Kristina makes jewelry that is chunky, grungy & rusty. Thick cords carry heavy industrial washers, nuts & bullet casings.
Contact us and submit your favorite crafter for consideration.
Wasteland Weekend is a five-day post-apocalyptic themed festival held in California’s Mojave Desert. It has been dubbed “the most immersive post-apocalyptic event on the planet.” But of all the activities
Wasteland Weekend is the ultimate post-apocalyptic desert festival. But don’t let its wasteland landscape fool you—this isn’t your average camping trip. With that in mind, we’ve put together a comprehensive