In the midst of the pandemic, businesses big and small are making and selling face masks. But not Apple. Oh, wait. Apple actually designed and made face masks too. However, it is not in the business of selling them.
We said many times and we will say it again. A barrier on your mouth and nose is better none at all. However, it is known that droplets carrying viruses could enter through our eyes too. That won’t be an issue if you had a mask AND a face shield. But if you rather not […]
At this point, we’d be surprised fashion brands hasn’t already gotten into making and selling face mask. A Bathing Ape (BAPE) is no different. Wait. There is a slight difference. It is extravagant, price-wise.
Every company knows how to make and sell face masks. But LG is taking face mask to the next level with the LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier. LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier is a high-tech face mask that will make you feel like a dystopia future is imminent (but not as much as this one). […]
For folks not living in Japan, you probably can’t feel the power of anime/manga fandom in the Land of the Rising Sun. Just look at the official Doraemon Embroidered Cool Touch Mask you will know its popularity.
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.