Afro-Asian Cosplayer Can Turn Herself Into Any Pop Culture Character

Afro-Asian Cosplayer Can Turn Herself Into Any Pop Culture Character
Ryan General
By Ryan General
September 28, 2018
Jasmine, aka “Unique Sora,” is an Afro-Asian fine arts major from Texas who has perfected the craft of cosplaying.
The 23-year-old student, who identifies as “a queer black/PoC cosplayer,” began dressing up as her favorite characters since 2008 and she has developed an amazing talent in transforming herself into almost any pop culture icon imaginable.
Her work caught the internet by storm, with many of her photos getting widely shared on various platforms.
Many now consider Jasmine to be one of the best cosplayers on Instagram.
“I have a strong passion for art,” Jasmine wrote in her DeviantArt profile. “I got most of my friends into anime and cosplay.”
In her post, she revealed that she is a big “Naruto” fan and loves to play video games.
Jasmine has done a variety of gorgeous cosplays ranging from video game heroes to anime goddesses and Disney princesses.
Check out some of her most jaw-dropping works below:
Crimson Viper from “Street Fighter”
Missandei from “Game of Thrones”
Domino from “Deadpool 2”
Manda Panda from “Dream Daddy”
Nani from “Lilo & Stich”
Storm from “X-Men”
Chloe Frazer from “Uncharted”
Princess ‘Kida’ Kidagakash from “Atlantis: The Lost Empire”
Roxanne from “A Goofy Movie”
Spinelli from “Recess: School’s Out”
Black Rose from “.hack”
Esmeralda from “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”
Princess Jasmine from “Aladdin”
Her Gamora From “Guardians of the Galaxy” is also equally impressive.
See more of Jasmine amazing cosplay on her Instagram account @uniquesora.
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