These Hyperflesh baby masks may just be the oddest things you have ever seen.
These Hyperflesh masks come in three different emotions: Happy Baby, Cry Baby and Disgusted Baby. The trio of masks are very anatomically accurate in regards to face proportions. The Hyperflesh masks, which retail for about $250, were created by artist Landon Meier and may just evoke fear in viewers.
The Hyperflesh baby masks are definitely creepy when seen on a full-sized human. The masks are one-size-fits-all and are handmade by Landon Meier. He also numbers and signs the masks to guarantee authenticity. But if you're allergic to latex, stay away from these large baby heads, as they are made of a high-quality latex material. The Hyperflesh baby masks are sure to make a few appearances next Halloween.
These Hyperflesh Baby Masks Bring a Whole New Meaning to "Baby Face"
1. Creepy Hyperflesh Masks - Hyper-realistic baby face masks that are both unsettling and fascinating
1. Entertainment Industry - Creating hyper-realistic masks for use in film, TV, and other forms of entertainment where realistic masks are required
2. Halloween Costume Industry - Partnering with original mask designers to create new and innovative masks for Halloween costumes every year
3. Fashion Industry - Using realistic masks as fashion accessories in photo shoots and runway shows