'Masked Creature' Makes Hong Kong's Most Iconic Buildings Wearable

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jun 14, 2012 • References: facebook & dezeen
'Masked Creature' is a series of masks designed in the shape of Hong Kong's iconic buildings. Created by Stickyline, the masks are representative of some of the most iconic buildings in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor. The masks represent the Cultural Centre, Space Museum, International Finance Centre, HSBC Headquarters and the Convention and Exhibition Centre.

In addition to being a great tribute to architecutre, Masked Creature also gives a big hat tip to the art of origami. That's right, all of these masks were folded by hand. The project was undertaken to remind citizens of the international island of Hong Kong just how beautiful their urban metropolis truly is. Stickyline noticed how easy it was to let these architectural marvels go unnoticed, so they decided to do something about this disinterest in a creative way. Stats for Architectural Face Covers Trending: Older & Chilly
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