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fashonista surgical masks

Fashionable surgical masks are the answer of course!  With a little free time on her hands, out of work art director Irina Blok decided to get creative with these fashonista surgical masks.  She says: “With all the paranoia about swine flu i think there’s an opportunity to do something cool – design fashion surgical masks! Not only they are aesthetically pleasing, they can save your life (well.. not really.. they mostly just look good.)”

To be produced in a limited run at $10 a pop you can email her if you want one!  If the domo-kun mask isn’t enough of an incentive, she’s also going to be donating to Children International to help Mexico fight the swine flu epidemic.

About.

Twenty-something aspiring architect at Bath University, England, with a worrying fondness for polaroids and analogue photography. Other interests include typography, screen-printing, interior and packaging design, and anything that has been made with some thought and love.

From time to time I use either my SX-70 polaroid, OM20 35mm, Agfa Isolette medium format, or Sony A350. You can find photos on my Flickr.

Here is a collection of interesting and wonderful things people have created that I have happened to be fortunate to stumble across, and sometimes some of my own. I have not created all of the content on this site and credit is made to the source where it is due and if it is available.

Enjoy.