Studio Samira Boon, an Amsterdam and Tokyo-based product, textile, and interior design studio created these masks. Presently there are 15 types of masks, varying from animals and human snouts, to zippers. "This new mask is no longer masking, but transforming the part of the face it is hiding, integrating face and mask."
These are the creations of designer Irina Blok.
She silk-screens graphic image of the beard onto white cotton mask; though these are intended to be used for cosmetic/decorative purposes only.
This one is the creation of illustrator Y Yoshida who has dreamed up dozens of colorful facemask designs.
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Nov 23, 2009
If you have made up your mind to sport a mask to be in the best of health (though their effectiveness is questionable) then why opt for a conventional white cloth one? Instead you can go in for these masks that are creative, can be used to send out a message or can blend with your face to bring out another side of you. Least these makes you look stylish, cheerful and funny while serving its purpose. Though the best part is these helps us to smile during the tough times.