Bertjan Pot’s masks are the delightfully-weird results of a failed experiment to create a carpet using a rope stitched together with textile fibers. Each mask in his growing collection exudes…
Alejandro de Antonio Fernández’ minimalist poster series pays tribute to some of the most memorable and iconic masks worn by movie characters.
Alejandro is based in Madrid, Spain, and works as a Creative Director at Seven Rooms Creative Center.
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Artist Ian Langohr’s wonderfully surreal masks were fabricated with techniques that he learned while working at a mascot production company.
The masks produce a narrative upon investigation of both their bodily and animal components. Ian’s masks tell stories that contrast themes of melancholy and anxiety with that of absurdity and humour. Conflicts are presented within the masks through the manipulation of scale. These are meant to be allegorical, often reflecting issues of domesticity and personal identity.
Ian is a BFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design, and is currently based in Montreal, Canada.
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Ain’t he cute? Sloth mask, made from 100% latex. $59 at ThinkGeek.
Doug says: This mask came into my collection, and is said to be Joan d'Arc. Would you have any idea, or where I may find out? I have been told…