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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Post-Apocalyptic Street Sign Armor

This armor was one of my most fun projects to date. Inspired by the wholesome goodness of post apocalypse films, medieval armor and the Fallout games, I had the privilege of working with a nice fellow who found me via Etsy to bring his ideas to life.

As you could probably guess from the pictures, the armor plates were made from a stop and a dead end sign (obtained through legal means, of course). These are affixed via arming points to a harness made from belts that features ammo loops and two straps to hold equipment. The plates were formed, in the spirit of the end of the world theme, the old fashioned way; with a ball peen hammer and an anvil.

To top it all off, the extremely tallented Jen Owen of Jen Martin Studios ( captured images of the armor at an abandoned mental institution in Washington State. This created the perfect setting and really brought everything together. Now that's what I call a road warrior!

Special thanks to Eric L. for modeling the armor!
More images of the armor can be found here:


  1. website is not the for weak-hearted, do you have what it takes?

  2. Guy on the photo looks like he's ready to kick some Zombie a$$ lol