Danielle Baskin, a designer in San Francisco who creates “trendy dystopian items”, including a line of unique N95 respiratory masks that work with facial recognition software. Baskin has since updated this line to include a machine-washable protective cotton face mask that can be custom ordered with any image desired, including that of one’s own face.
We’re a service that prints images onto protective face masks. Whether it’s a replication of your own face or your favorite meme, we care about the details. Our masks are sure to make people around you do double-takes and have a brighter day.
When I go outside I put on my second face. ?? pic.twitter.com/ys5pisuY1A
— Danielle Baskin (@djbaskin) June 12, 2020
Baskin also is selling a pre-printed mask that features the image of the “Hide the Pain Harold” meme.
Your favorite meme on a protective face mask! Look permanently uncomfortable while trying to be happy and bring Harold’s energy wherever you go.