Pixelhead is a crazy ski mask that would honestly freak me out if I saw someone wearing it. Designed to be a used as protection against media, Pixelhead imitates the look of a digitally blurred-out face.
Like all masks, Pixelhead conceals the identity of the wearer, however it does it in a more clever and playful manner. The material used for Pixelhead is a stretch satin and the pixelated image that has been created is that of German Secretary of the Interior Thomas de Maizière.
With holes for your eyes, you'll be able to see the faces of everyone around you, but Pixelhead makes sure no one can see yours. If you don't want your image to be captured in Google Maps Street View, slip the Pixelhead on the next time they come around to snap pictures of your neighborhood.
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