Ever since the use of a face mask is made mandatory to help fight COVID-19, tons of stylish and unusual masks have shown up. It ranges from Harry Potter themed masks to Disney’s own line, and some homemade masks. Masks are added to the mandatory clothing item if you step out.
If you’re bored of your plain old masks, a Francisco designer Danielle Baskin has a quirky solution. She’s the creator of Maskalike, a company that prints your own face onto cloth coverings and they are eerily realistic.
“We’re a service that prints images onto protective face masks. Whether it’s a replication of your own face or your favorite meme, we care about the details,” says Baskin. “Our masks are sure to make people around you do double-takes and have a brighter day.”
She’s also created a pre-printed mask that features the image of the “Hide the Pain Harold” meme.
Maskalike has a unique USP
Manufacturing of face masks is ongoing in full swing but Maskalike is doing a hell of a job. It has this unique selling point of selling where the mask has the bottom part of your face printed.
Admittedly, they are little eery
Obviously it’s a little unsettling to see someone wearing a mask that exactly looks like your mouth. People would have to look twice before they judge you for not wearing a mask
You can get anyone’s face you want
Getting a mask with your own face printed is already weird. But you can get it customized and get anyone’s face printed. Either Daniel Radcliffe’s, Keanu Reeves’s, or Kylie Jenner’s. Literally anything.
When I go outside I put on my second face. 👃👄 pic.twitter.com/ys5pisuY1A
— Danielle Baskin (@djbaskin) June 12, 2020