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London Artist Charity Kase Extends '100 Days of Drag' Challenge to a Full Year

Charity Kase

"It better be worth it because I miss my fucking eyebrows."

Surprise, she's not done yet: Charity Kase, the London-based drag artist known for her "100 Days of Drag" Instagram challenge, has decided to extend the series to 365 days.

Harry Whitfield, the creator behind Kase, has been busy imagining completely new characters every day for the past 100 days, reaching his original timeline's completion today with a blood-drenched, flesh-horned creature. "Her cackle was heard for miles," Kase wrote, detailing the challenge's final fictional being--every one of his characters has a new set of unique attributes.

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"I still have so many ideas to execute," Whitfield told OUT, revealing he'll be doing this project for a full year. "I'm having to treat it more like a job than a hobby now--this is a whole year of my life I'm devoting to creating art, [so] it's quite a long time. I plan on keeping the little stories with characters and also the stark white background, so it will be the same aesthetically, except I'm planning on pushing my looks a little further and even making tutorial style videos."

Though Whitfield admits he's not sure what his greater goal is in creating 365 different drag looks, he's confident of one thing: "It better be worth it because I miss my fucking eyebrows."

Check out Charity Kase's 100th post, below, and stay tuned for 265 more.

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