The Shin Murayama 'Valhalla' Masks Exemplify Creepy Face Wear

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Oct 12, 2009 • References: & whats-wrong-with-the-zoo
The mask series project ‘Valhalla’ by Japanese designer Shin Murayama is as eco-friendly as it is eerie—which is 100%.

On the heels of Minna Parikka’s freaky shoe masks (oops, there goes a pun!), the Shin Murayama masks presented at I Don’t Like Mondays are made from recycled materials and actually inspired by less-than-scary ideas. The culture of mass production, for instance, was the inspiration behind Shin Murayama’s ‘Shoe Face’ mask. Visit I Don’t Like Mondays to read Shin Murayama’s interview. Stats for Horrifying Garbage Masks Trending: Older & Average
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