Ori is a graphic designer from Serbia who bumped into cosplay viral fame by accident, playing with a spicy version of Erwin Smith (Attack on Titan). Through the years he placed himself among the world stars of cosplay, staying true to his tradition of subjecting every character he cosplayed to his vision – from Dante (DMC4) to Captain America (MARVEL), even at 40, every time he shows up and shows off in his theatrical manner, fun is intertwined with important social messages Ori Cosplay International Uses his platform for.
Pixie is a living proof that talent will always shine through, no matter the circumstances you’re put in. Starting off as a closet-cosplayer and using her insane makeup skills into “trying out” a character, Pixie gave us attitude, skill and a lot of sass through a wide array of looks she portrayed on her social networks. From fiery demons and fluttery angel OCs, through Impeccable Persephone (Lore Olympus), Pixie is eyeing a worthy “opponent” in God of Mischief himself, Loki. And with her skill, god is truly a befitting look on her.
Marija Morticia Cosplay
From earliest days of her cosplay career, Marija Morticia became a beacon for one of the most ostracized cosplay community members – plus size cosplayers. Where beauty meets talent, Marija’s most famous cosplays came to be: from Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty), to Rose (Steven Universe), Marija showed that charisma will always rise to the top first. A smile is unbecoming to her rendition of Lady Dimitrescu (Resident Evil: Village), but you can expect her to always happily meet a fan rather than lose her cheery attitude in characterization.
The youngest member of Ori Cosplay International team, Chimenya is standing her ground as a super-skilled powerhouse of cosplay craft and turning out looks that turn heads. After a wide experience in cosplay competitions, where she snatched one award after another, whether she would play quirky Mei (Overwatch) or would slay the competition as a Genshin favourite (name one, she’s done them all), Chimenya is to this day cited as “the future of Serbian cosplay” for a reason.