While many businesses big and small around the world have converted part or all of their manufacturing facility to manufacture face masks, Fast Retailing Co., the parent company of Uniqlo, did not do so because, selling face mask isn’t inline with the company’s business. That was just last month.
How many times have you accidentally shove food or a straw into your mouth forgetting that you had a face mask on? If you did, you will appreciate what Israeli inventors at Avtipus Patents and Inventions did.
Two designers have developed a prototype face mask that uses an alternative material that, unless you are a bio scientist, you never would have imagine it being used as a face mask material.
Razer pledged to supply face masks to Singapore is nearing fruition. The company has announced that will be sponsoring face masks for all Singaporean adults and residents through a network of mask vending machines.
Face mask supplies are not in shortage. The question is, how much will you pay for one? If money is no object and you don’t mind if is has been approved by FDA or not, then here’s one new option for your consideration.
This COVID-19 pandemic could changed the way we live our lives moving forward. For example, people would be more wary about close contacts and perhaps, a face mask would be, sadly, the new normal.
Ýrúrarí, aka Ýr Jóhannsdóttir, is an Icelandic artist with a passion for knitting. Not just any regular old knitting that would worthy as ugly Christmas sweater. She knits rather bizarre and quirky knitted apparels.
So you have one too many t-shirts and no face mask? Fret not. There’s a bunch of tutorial online, ranging from HEPA filter to no-sew examples. But if you are in a hurry? Well then, let Twitter user Ronit Bose Roy teaches you how to turn your t-shirt into a face mask in under a […]
There’s a ton of tutorials on how to make your own face mask. But one Japanese bags and small leather goods maker, Kawanishikaban Products Co., Ltd., has came up with an ingenious way that lets you easily make a face mask and ensuring a continuous supply of it.
Since WHO had a change of tune a few weeks ago on the policy of wearing a face mask, there have been a flood of instructions on how to make your own face mask, ranging from HEPA filter-made contraption to easy-to-make no-sew variety. The Everymask by Roo Williams you see here is yet another.