How Our Design Firm Does Halloween
October 31st is a big day at KSQ–as designers, we love any opportunity for creativity! From popular TV shows to puns and horror flicks, our architects, interior designers, engineers and support staff brought their best effort for our annual costume contest. Here’s how it all shook out.
Sailka Duran, (Sinister) Tulsa…this needs to just become the “Sai Award.” She brings immense creativity and thought to her costume every year!
George Pritchard (S-ketchup) Tulsa. Adding an “S” to America’s favorite condiment was a great pun!
Most Creative–AND Best All Around Costume.
Daniel Gonzales wowed everyone with what they called the “Fuzzy Space Worm”…but he has a much more intelligent explanation of it as a character from Meow Wolf shown in a Santa Fe art exhibit-wow! Daniel is pictured with Cornell Allen as Corbusier.
Best Couple Costume.
Tyler Sappington and his T-Rex (from Jurasic Park), Tulsa. Can you tell who wears the pants in this relationship?
Best Group Costume.
Our Charleston Office (as Hurricane Matthew) wowed the staff with their funny weather collaboration!
Best Office Costume.
Once again, the Charlotte office went over the top with a group production of “The Prince of Oz.” What an effort!
Fun with Puns.
Starbucks, Social Butterfly, Copy Cat, Sketchup and Cereal Killer brought some great puns to the Tulsa office.
A very close second to Best Group Costume was Tulsa’s Bob’s Burger crew which included Erin Courtney, Lori Botchlet, Nancy Pounds and Kaitlin Voska.
Talk of Texas.
Dr. Seuss (Marisela), Monster Contractor (Armando) and Jack Skellington (Gordon McKenzie) were fun additions to the day from our Dallas office.
Napoleon Dynamite Flashback.
A very close second on Best All Around costume was Clint Frederick in Tulsa as Rex Kwon Do!
See you next year!