By now, we have seen countless “fan face mask” with non-licensed graphics like Batman, Harry Potter, Avengers et cetera. While fans of certain pop culture has to rely on DIY pieces to satisfy their fandom, fans of Ultraman won’t have to because, Japan maker of collectible figures, CCP, has released a line of official licensed …
It’s unfortunate that horror filmmaker Jeff Barnaby did not let us in on how he made that wonderful Alien facehugger face mask. However, you may be able to buy one in leather instead, thanks to Pirate’s Leatherworks.
You heard that right, folks. CASETiFY, the gadget accessories better known for its string of collab products, also sells face mask. No fancy name here, though. It is just called Reusable Cloth Mask and it is kind for a good cause.
Countless non-mask companies have started making and selling masks. At some point, we wonder, how is that one of our favorite brands, KILLSPENCER, haven’t already gotten onboard? Well, as it turns out, it does have one.
Andy Clockwise is a magician, but he turning a 12 box of Krispy Kreme donuts into a functional face shield is no magic. The man has posted a short video on his YouTube channel, demonstrating how to turn a 12-donut box from Krispy Kreme into a functional face shield.
We have seen a number masks since the start of the pandemic. From DIY HEPA filter face mask to branded ones from the likes of New Balance and Under Armour to fun face masks – we thought we seen it all.
Can’t stop yourself from touching your face? Well, fret not, my friends because, Blocc is here to stop you from unconsciously touching your face. Blocc is fully transparent face shield and while it may not be medical-grade, it is one heck of uber stylish face shield suited to be worn everyday.
Every sports person will know the pain of training during cold weather. Freezing mouth, neck and whatnot. But with Nike Strike Snood, not only you won’t have those problems, it also doubles as a face mask.
adidas is not only selling face mask and contributing to Save the Children’s Global Coronavirus Response Fund. Like Nike, it is also turning out face shields to support U.S. healthcare organizations, first responders and “underserved communities” who do not have access to adequate supplies.
Thanks to the many businesses making and selling non-medical-grade face mask, you need not to worry about not able to get one. adidas, like New Balance, Under Armour, Uniqlo and the likes, is also selling face mask too.