The mask most curious of the quarantine (PHOTOS)

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The use of the mask it is obligatory on the part of some countries and the shortage of this implement physician to contain the spread of the Covid-19, made the creative part to flow on the part of many people and were expected to sew their own masks

The face cloths more creative

For example, the artist and traveller Argentine Matias Varelawe display these designs of face mask is very original, and exited out of the ordinary.

In this era where social isolation is governed in several countries due to the pandemic caused by a Coronavirus Covid-19, many artists have expressed their feeling through their artistic expressions, and the face mask or facemask has been one of the most recurrent.

Let’s look at some of their curious designs made with soccer balls, basketball, books, and other items.

Around the world hundreds of people wore face cloths with brands of well-known companies.

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Also the art world did not resist to put your personal touch to your mask. We can see some examples:

Black Pink

Black Pink

1 of 9 The girls of Black Pink match a mask with patterned NASA to rid themselves of the dust of Coachella and go to the last. In general, the stars of K-Pop tend to wear them. In Asia are used to get rid of the pollution, but have ended up being a fashion accessory.

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish

To Billie Eilish he does not like to go unnoticed and, as could not be otherwise, your mask is the most eye-catching. As if it were a skull, also there are to the tastes of rockers.

Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin

Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin

A scarf can also do the hack and become a mask. So were Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin at the Coachella festival 2019.

Jhay Cortez

Jhay Cortez

Moon Ki

Moon Ki

Among the female rappers Spanish also is succeeding is trend. Here Moon Ki with a mask very striking and blended to perfection for the cover of their single September.

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