As In Front, So Behind


A slightly unnerving but clever product from designer Danielle Baskin (top) – Maskalike – soon to be launched machine washable cotton face masks with an image of the wearer’s own mug on the front for, you know, facial recognition.

If you don’t need your face to open your phone, you can have any image you like, including the ‘looking permanently uncomfortable, trying to be happy’ ‘Hide The Pain Harold’ meme (modelled by Danielle in the bottom pic).


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6 thoughts on “As In Front, So Behind

  1. Bertie Blenkinsop

    I have to see my crumbling visage in the shaving mirror each morning, that’s plenty….

    1. ReproBertie

      “We should be cautious about cloth mask use in healthcare settings, particularly high-risk situations such as emergency departments, intensive care, paediatric or respiratory wards.”

      Good thing that’s not where we are being asked to wear cloth masks then. Public settings where social distancing is difficult to maintain is where we’re being asked to wear masks.

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