For those unable to attend San Japan 2012, here's something you missed out on: one of the coolest masquerade balls I've ever witnessed. San Japan has began to get a reputation for putting on great Masquerade Balls but this year the event was put on by Mu Epsilon Kappa Society, who went above and beyond, crafting this Legend of Zelda videogame themed interior with balloon Deku Forest trees, fairies and even the infamous smash-able jars.
Worthy of particular mention are the imitation stained glass murals, each one drawn by hand and featuring pixel art spotlighting something from the game, such as the famous scene where Link holds up the Triforce.
See below for some pictures and watch the video above! You'll see why San Japan is one of the best events to grace San Antonio, TX.
|Link and the Triforce|
|One wall of the ball|
|A mural of Princess Zelda|
|Deku Forest trees and fairies made from balloons|
|Papier-mâché smashable jars|
There was also a little rocking out to Jump in the Line by Harry Belafonte, so much a conga line got formed,
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