After Josh Sundquist lost his leg to childhood cancer, he went on to do, well… pretty much everything? He became a Paralympic ski racer, a motivational speaker, and a comedian. He also happens to be a top-notch Halloween costume architect. 

This year, Sundquist dressed up as the thing you usually see right before you’re about to watch an animated movie and cry for 90 minutes: The Pixar lamp — perhaps our greatest source of light in this dark, dark world.

In a video posted on his YouTube channel, you can see how Sundquist crafted his de-light-ful costume and view a montage of his incredible costumes of years’ past, including a partially eaten gingerbread man, a flamingo, an iHop sign, and a Dairy Queen Blizzard.

All are equally hilarious and make us want to step up our costume game tenfold. If you happen to see a Pixar lamp hopping down the neighborhood on the 31st, obliterating every “I” in sight, it could be Sundquist. Or not. Either way, you’d probably want to hide your Is. 

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