SpongeBob, Patrick, Mr Krabs & More Recreated In Amazing Cosplay Makeup

A talented makeup artist transforms herself into SpongeBob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs, Gary the Snail, Sandy Cheeks, and more iconic SpongeBob SquarePants characters in a stunning new cosplay. The long-running Nickelodeon animated comedy premiered in 1999 and is currently airing its 13th season. The series is well known for its outlandish, nonsensical plots and humor and its talented cast of voice actors, including Tom Kenny as SpongeBob, Bill Fagerbakke as Patrick, and Clancy Brown as Mr. Krabs.

SpongeBob continues to pull in substantial viewership numbers. According to data released from Nickelodeon, it is seeing over 50 million viewers each month, making it the most-watched animated series in television history. Fans of the series were also treated to a SpongeBob feature film (the third for the series) last year when The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run was released in theaters. Although the series has now been running for more than 20 years, there are currently no plans to end it just yet and, if fans are looking to experience more SpongeBob outside the world of the show, a new mobile game, SpongeBob's Idle Adventures, has just released.

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In a stunning new cosplay, popular makeup artist Annie Thomas released a carousel of pictures on her Instagram showing her transformation into an array of SpongeBob characters. The images feature Thomas transforming into SpongeBob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs, Gary the snail, Sandy Cheeks, Plankton, Aquaman, Barnacle Boy, Larry the Lobster, and the Flying Dutchman. Check out Thomas' original post below:

An exploration of Thomas' Instagram clarifies that SpongeBob characters are far from the only transformations she's capable of. In addition to several characters from other animated shows, Thomas has also used makeup to transform into characters from The Boys, You, Pan's Labyrinth, House of Gucci, and even Squid Game. Thomas' talent has not gone unnoticed as she currently has over 342 thousand followers on Instagram and over 1.4 million followers on TikTok.

The popularity of Thomas' post shows just how impactful SpongeBob continues to be over 20 years after it first aired. The show has been on long enough that many of the kids who grew up watching the adventures of SpongeBob and Patrick ten or fifteen years ago are now adults, perhaps with children of their own who are now watching it. In addition to showing off her impressive talent, Thomas's post reminds teens and adults who may have grown up on the show just how funny, wacky, and entertaining SpongeBob SquarePants was – and still is!

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Source: Annie Thomas/ Instagram

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