NEW YORK, NY (Newsource) – What do you get when you combine a Halloween-themed monster and a door? The monst-door!
It’s all part of an Iowa Family’s contribution to Halloween. It took Greg Dietzenbach 10-days and about 200 bucks to make what he calls the Monst-Door.
First, he made a mini prototype. Then he made a door. Arms out of broom sticks, video eyes looped on an old tv, and a mouth out of styrofoam, covered in purple fur.
“In the end, it pretty much looked like I killed a Muppet,” said Dietzenbach.
Every Halloween Greg, the creative director at a creative design agency, does something unique for Halloween, like when he made this zoom meeting costume for his kids at the height of the pandemic.
On Halloween he’ll be the man behind the door, flapping the arms and using his foot to move a line attached to his shoe that moves the mouth. In a way. Greg is a little like the Wizard of Oz.
The one thing Greg’s monster door can’t do is open. To get inside Greg usually crawls through a window.