About Us

Anarchy Girls Cosplay is a collaborative team effort between Kapi and Yazmine. They create functional, unique and elaborate costumes and customized commissions. They are a breath of fresh air to the Cosplay community with innovative ideas on how to bring and ide.. They are well known for using materials such as silk flowers and pages from comic books for bizarre and new forms of visual abundance in costume and design. Ask them what they can do for you for your next Prom, Wedding or other dress up event. Let them take the ordinary and make it extraordinary for you.

Kapi
Kapi has a background in IT and business but has always had a passion for costumes and creation since she first volunteered with the March of Dimes Haunted house as a teenager. Kapi wanted to create the Lord of Darkness from the movie Legend as a Cosplay as well as other characters from her favorite movies and comics so she took a class from Russ Adams of Escape Design FX and started her journey into the Cosplay world. She quickly began picking up other materials, building, shaping and sculpting her way to where she is now.

Yazmine
Yazmine has always had a knack for costume and flair. She's been consistently sewing for the last few years and now works on new designs and patterns as often as she can. Her expertise with a needle and thread can be seen on Anarchy Girls Cosplay costumes and commissions and her accessory shop Guilded Scales. She is open to take commissions and loves the challenge that comes with working on a diverse range of projects.

Chaos Squad
Anastasia Thomas

Anastasia Thomas

I'm Anastasia I have been cosplaying long before I knew it was cosplay I love dressing up, making things and learning new things. I was fortunate to meet Kapi and be brought into the Anarchy Girls. For FanX I'm am doing my own rendition of a Valkrie, in Norse mythology the Valkrie were sent by Odin out on the battlefield to claim the best warriors to be taken to Valhalla to train so that they could one day fight with Odin in Ragnarok. This is my first time working with Worbla I have learned a lot and look forward to making more items in the future.

Cassie Strickland

Cassie Strickland

I'm am still very new to cosplaying, and it has been through the guidance and love of my friends that I even got involved. I have enjoyed every moment with the greatest people I am glad I can say are my friends. Life definitely seems better having each of them in my life. I love how everyone accepts each other and since many of us are still very new especially at making out own cosplay costumes we all work together to make each experience even better and rewarding. It was through my best friend that I was able to meet all of you and I am grateful for every moment with you. In school I took art and theater and loved it. It wasn't till I went to Anime Banzai for the first time that I was opened up to the world of cosplaying. For my first handmade cosplay I can definitely say it has been a blast and definitely more rewarding then just purchasing one online or at a store. My character I chose for our death God theme comes from Japan. I will be a Shinigami (???, "death god" or "death spirit") they are gods or supernatural spirits that invite humans toward death, and can be seen to be present in certain aspects of Japanese religion and culture. In classic literature Shinigami are somewhat like a possession that would cause people to want to die. A shinigami enters into people's thoughts, making them think about the bad things they have done and make them want to die.

Cheryll Rose Wonder

Cheryll Rose Wonder

Hi, my name is Cheryll Rose Wonder.

Christine Osborn

Christine Osborn

I'm quite new to "real" cosplay, having gotten involved at the behest of my best friend. Through this interesting and eternally amusing process, I have met countless new and incredible people who I am truly lucky to call friends. With a background in the theatre, I've found the process of building and creating cosplays to be even more thrilling and delightful than I initially imagined. For my first hand-made and fully-realized cosplay, I will be portraying Samael; the Angel of Death. Also called "Venom of God" or "Poison of God," one of Samael's greatest roles in lore is that of the main archangel of death.

Cliff Steele

Dave Eaton

I am an obsessive person. I have some obsessions.....big ones! Comic books have always ruled my obsessive world. The Doom Patrol and X-Men were my game. I played hard. Unfortunately writers and artists come and go in the world of mainstream comics. This hurt my guys and girls badly as years progressed. Comics were going to be a thing of the past for me. I feared what would fill my obsessive gap. For the hell of it, while waiting to see a movie, I walked into an Atomic Comics store and there she was........Dawn........the creation of Joseph Michael Linsner, a name I had never heard before. It was the first issue of his masterpiece 'Lucifer's Halo'. I'll admit, her sheer un-categorical beauty drew me in, but then I cracked the cover and my life changed forever. The post apocalyptic NYC, the confusion of identity, the friendship (Renato always spoke to me), the temptation, the horror, the passion and the incomparable artwork!!!!!! This is what I needed! I was hooked like a big mouth bass. Needless to say, obsession overdrive. I spent the next 13 years nearly exclusively collecting everything Linsner. EVERYTHING!!!! I took great pride in having the one of a kind 'Point Man' Zeke's phone number (RIP) as he helped get my first full size original of Linsner's work just in time for my wedding. That man will forever remain in my heart. Comics were saved for me. Thank the Horned God! After marrying my own personal goddess, and her ultimate artistic draw to cosplay after Utah got its ducks in a row.....it was a matter of time before I got involved in this crazy cosplay business. There were only three cosplays I HAD TO DO! The first is done, it failed, but I can accept that. The second you Anarchy Girls are well aware of. The third, well you know had to be from the mind of Linsner! I'm not pretty enough to pull off Darrian, and lack the hairline for Renato, and the Horned God Cernunnos?!?!? I don't have the skills to pull that off. Half-assed? NEVER! Linsner deserves the best! Well my obsession led me to a couple of lovely ladies...one of whom I had met briefly at a previous con and another who was c..c...c...cosplaying DAWN!!!!! I was speechless. I had my picture taken with them and felt like a tongue tied 14 year old fanboy who just met Sansa Stark! I literally shook in their presence. They were my new favorite people whom I was not married to (Sarah you always win). Maybe it was the safety of my phone screen that allowed me to reach out to these ladies, but I did! Their work and choice of cosplay was impeccable, and I had to let them know. I'd like to think it was my grace, I truly don't really know what it was that led them to invite me to not only join a cosplay group with them.....but as Cernunnos!!! I'm still wondering if I'm dreaming.

Derrick Hampson

Derrick Hampson

Prop maker. Photographer. Webmaster guru. Handler. Electronic wire guy. Foamsmith. Derrick of all trades.

Ian Ray Gifford

Ian Ray Gifford

Hi, my name is Ian Ray Gifford.

Jacqueline Black

Jacqueline Black

Give a shout out to Grellish, she will be breathing life into Anubis: Anubis ( Anpu or Inpu) Is one of the most Iconic and most ancient of Egyptian gods. He is a Guardian and protector of the dead. He was originally the God of the Underworld, but became specifically associated with the art of Embalming and Funeral rites. His Egyptian name has roots to Royal child (inpu) and decay (inp) He had many roles in his life as a worshiped god. He was everything from the patron of Lost Souls to the God of Judgment. Once Osiris took hold, (it is said that Anubis gave up the Underworld as respect to Osiris) Anubis was no longer the God of the Underworld but the God of Embalming. This may due to the belief that he assisted Isis in the realm of the dead as a guide to locate Osiris. In the end of his metamorphosis, Anubis, leads the deceased where they are judged. Anubis watched over the whole process to make sure the weighing of one's heart was conducted properly. He then would lead the innocent to the Underworld with Osiris and left the guilty to Ammit, who would devour the heart ceasing the existence of the individual.

John Thomas O'Connell Jr.

John Thomas O'Connell Jr.

Hi, my name is John Thomas O'Connell Jr..

Morgen Yoakum

Morgen Yoakum

Hi, my name is Morgen.

Orbit R Brown

Orbit R Brown

Hi, my name is Orbit and I'm addicted to cosplay. Like most cosplay addicts, I started out life with a wild imagination and love of dressing up for Halloween. As a child, collecting trading cards, reading stories and watching movies/tv shows wasn't enough for me. I had to live them. If my parents couldn't afford a toy, I would use other items as a substitute (such as my Tinker Toy Sword of Omens). I was a typical "Calvin and Hobbs" type kid, only Hobbs was a Pound Puppy named Freckles. My cousin, who was like a big brother to me, would create our own Superheroes and we had a long list of them back in the day. As I got older, I never let this side of myself go. My imagination still runs wild to this day. That's why I was very intrigued by this Comic Con thing when one started up in Utah. My first actual cosplay experience was the first Salt Lake Comic Con Cosplay Scavenger Hunt. To try it out, I bought a cheap papermache skull mask, tossed on my leathers and rode my Harley around downtown Salt Lake as Ghost Rider. I was instantly hooked and bought my first Comic Con day pass the next day. It's been a fun downhill ride ever since. Ghost Rider is still my favorite as I can see myself in his storyline and he combines my love of dressing up with my love of riding motorcycles, so I wanted to bring him into the Death God group. The demon inside him certainly makes him a fit. However, I also wanted to do something new for this group as well. After watching Star Wars Episode VII, the thought came to me that Ozzy Osbourne should be a Sith Lord. He would be to the Dark Side what Yoda is to the Jedi. Figuring Ozzy probably won't get cast for Episode VIII, I decided to make this happen myself. And Ozzy is definitely a Death God. So my addiction continues, but I'm loving every minute of it and have no plans of quitting anytime soon.

Peter Knibbe

Peter Knibbe

Hi, my name is Peter Knibbe.

Sarah Jane Eaton

Sarah Jane Eaton

I started "officially" cosplaying for the first Salt Lake Comic Con in 2013. I have always loved dressing up, putting together costumes, and playing with makeup but I didn't know it was cosplay until then. I was enamored with the idea of getting to "be" my favorite comic and cartoon characters! My first cosplay was Delirium from The Sandman, and only about 3 people recognized me, but I was hooked. I loved the process of selecting the best source images, breaking it down to all the necessary components, and then researching and shopping and fabricating. The problem-solving aspect makes it a challenge, and the creativity of fabrication and design appeal to my artistic side. Making and fully realizing a character is also really rewarding! I feel like I learn new skills with every costume I complete and I make new friends with each, too. I have a cosplay to-do list of characters about a mile long, so keep an eye out!

Sequan Kolibas

Sequan Kolibas

Hi, my name is Sequan Kolibas.

Trina Melton

Trina Melton

Hi, my name is Trina Melton. Cosplay page.

Umbrella

Umbrella Corporation

Umbrella Corporation group for events/charity. Supporting the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.