Geeky Face Masks & where to find them

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If you’re looking for face masks with Harry Potter, Disney and superhero themes, then look no further. Olleke has a wide variety of custom face masks you can enjoy for a reasonable price and also offers DIY products to make your own. Take a look! 

Akiba Station has a good selection of Japanese themed face masks for your everyday healthy needs in these COVID-19 times. So if you want to look ‘Kakkoii’ かっこいい when you go to the store, get one of these!

Geeky face masks made by the Antwerp based artist PoodleSoup.

It’s possible that not all designs on this page are still available, but if you contact the designers, you’ll probably get to place a custom order.

Collar Me Up Scotty (artist Defné Brackman) usually only makes collars for cats & dogs, but in these times she partially shifted her attention to face masks with cool fandom straps. Check out the post she did on Facebook and get in touch for a custom mask!

Disney is transforming their many IP’s into really cool mouth masks. Marvel, Mickey Mouse, Pixar, Star Wars, Disney princesses, they’re all here, for both children and adults.

Pro tip: you may want to choose a size larger than they propose. Some reviews mention that the masks were too small, even after checking the chart on their page.

Elvira is taking time from her busy schedule as costume designer for Music Hall, Tomorrowland, VIER and VRT to make extravagant face masks. You can contact her online or visit her shop in Tessenderlo, Limburg, Belgium. Try a custom made one or buy one of her geeky themed cloths to make your own masks! (For a tutorial, see below)

On you can find tips & tricks on how to make your own masks and maybe even donate some to those who need it, such as healthcare workers. Download the pdf and get creative!

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