These masks are probably not Face-ID compatible and you won’t be able to unlock your phone with them, but at least people are having fun while protecting themselves (and others) from Coronavirus.
If you like the idea and wish to get a custom printed mask for yourself, this company will gladly take your money.
10 thoughts on “People Are Protecting Themselves With Funny Ultra-Realistic Face Masks”
Where can I buy one?
These are cool
Very clever. Love ’em.
Can I trade my real face for a mask?
Only if you are Nicholas Cage or John Travolta, Xander Stonerock.
@Name You can order one here: https://bit.ly/3euyZ21
But I’m sure someone will find these offensive due to cultural appropriation, some “ist” or “phobic”, as the left always does. Blah blah blah…
That last one must be Bob Seger’s daughter.
Facial-recognition software may go into an infinite loop.