„Time to float.“

„Beep beep, Richie.“

„Tasty, tasty, beautiful fear.“

„Do you want a balloon too, Georgie?“


It (also commonly known as Pennywise) is an ancient alien/eldritch monster and the title character and main antagonist of Stephen King’s best selling and award winning 1986 novel of the same name (and subsequent television It (Mini series) and two duology film adaptations (IT (film) and IT: Chapter Two).

It is a shape-shifting creature known as a Glamour who is billions of years old. Although It lived on planet Earth for many years, It originated in a void/dimension outside the regions of space known as the Macroverse. Since Its true identity is unclear, due to its shape-shifting abilities and being from another universe, Its real name and species are called Deadlights, but few know this, which is why it is referred to as IT. It can morph into any other person, animal or object (including combinations thereof). This ability is useful for A) appearing as the target’s loved ones or friends to manipulate them or lure them into a trap or B) appearing as the target’s worst psychological fear. However, Its favorite and most common form is that of a circus performer named „Pennywise the Dancing Clown,“.

I instantly fell in love with Pennywise when I watched the movie IT from 2017. I decided to create my own female Pennywise and planned a photoshooting in a lost place.

Reference Pictures

About the Project


September 28th 2019

Purchased Items

I purchased most of the items and weathered them.

Selfmade Items

The collar is selfmade.


This cosplay was easy for me and I had very much fun weathering all the stuff.


The whole costume without the balloons costed me around 150.-


The collar is made with cotton fabric. Most of the bought clothes is made of polyester or cotton.


I’m a Cosplayer from Switzerland who enjoys crafting, dressing up, photography, visiting conventions and making new friends!

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