THE ORIGINAL VIDEO — These designs are not for sale
Posted on July 2009
Initially just a weekend project for myself, this video was quickly assembled and went viral within days on Youtube, at last count 1.4 million views before I accidentally removed it.
Posted on January 2012
I've made sure to produce original designs for a wide range of creepy and fun costume options. Some people even use them for DJing gigs, dance troupes or marching drumlines.
Posted on January 2015
A compilation of customer videos shared with me in 2014.
Posted on April 16, 2014
Youtube user -NocTurN- demonstrates his Version 1 mask. Note to self: Wearing it under a hoodie is a really good look.
Posted on Jan. 30, 2013
It doesn't get much creepier and impressive than this Youtube user sharing his Version 1.
Posted on Jan. 6, 2014
And here's a different — but interesting — look for the Version 1 mask — gaming!
Posted on Feb. 17, 2012
This video review from Youtube user robstyne shows an unbiased walk through of the older Version 1 mask. As Rob so eloquently says: "Pretty nerdy, but it's @$#*% science at the same time!"
Posted on April 11, 2012
Hobomick put up this quickly edited video of his older Version 3 mask with some atmospheric music.
Posted on April 19, 2012
This comical video from Youtube user ManifestPresents shares his older Version 1 mask in his full cosplay costume "just so you can get the whole effect of my sexiness." Um. Right.
ABOUT THE MASKS
• The pattern is made using nontoxic, 100% safe fabric ink that reacts to your breath.
• I've styled the inkblot patterns inspired by commonly requested ink designs (skulls, demons, etc). I am currently not doing custom requests.
• Each is hand-dyed with splotchy, jagged-edge inkblots so slight differences may occur. Ink gradients are key for a good looking transition.
• The mask is a custom stretch-fabric hood seamed to fit most heads. For measurement's sake, around the forehead is 22" to 24" inches. But using 4-way stretch fabric allows the mask to fit most people comfortably.
• It conforms to the contours of your face great, without revealing your features.
• I only use one seam - machine sewn - that starts high on the forehead and runs vertically down the back. The thread is very strong.
• Visibility can be limited but not overly so, and breathability is ideal.
• The masks are temperature sensitive and work best at temperatures near 75 degrees or lower. But, the effect will still be present at higher temps.
• CAUTION: Mask may impair vision. Do not wear while driving, operating machinery or doing any activity in which full vision is essential. Adult supervision is recommended for children during night time use.