Steve Wintercroft's 3D model masks will blow your mind and are the perfect accessory to wear this Halloween. The origami-inspired disguises are constructed out of recycled cardboard materials and are visually bold in their design.
Whether he is crafting geometric faces of humans or animals, the artist proves that his works are unlike anything we've seen before. Not only are these 3D model masks unique in their aesthetic but they are also sustainable given their recycled cardboard materials.
His latest series is titled "Animals, Halloween or Humanoids" and features masks inspired by humans, wildlife and even pop culture characters like storm troopers from cult classic Star Wars. Overall, his designs are vibrant and are sure to garner a best costume award.
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