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by Fletcher Stewart February 06, 2018 2 min read
The mission was clear. Whales, seals and penguins in the Antarctic sought sanctuary from industrial fishing vessels and intrusive human activity. To achieve this, a Mask was needed to become the face of a global movement, a movement that would demand the attention of the powers that be.
Steve dropped everything and utilising his No Poly design techniques, he shaped the sleek-beaked Emperor Penguin Mask that would be donned and deployed 3,500 strong across 41 countries. The Worldwide Waddle was on.
by Fletcher Stewart June 28, 2017 2 min read
If you have been following us through this wild and wonderful journey over the last few years, you probably know of our stance (and proactive involvement) in the global issue of animal conservation. However, if you are new to our online community, you might be wondering what this new Woodland Trophy Mask Set is all about? What does it represent? What is its purpose?
Unfortunately, the act of trophy hunting is still a thing. Killing animals for sport is wrong and killing endangered animals for any reason is a crime against nature. In response to this ongoing problem, we are flipping the idea of animal trophies literally on it's head by enabling you to display a beautiful animal likeness that you have created rather than destroyed. In our minds, the act of making a wonderful thing and mounting it for all to see is the opposite of the regressive, grotesque display of power and human dominance that trophy hunters indulge in.
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by Steven Wintercroft April 28, 2016 1 min read
Earlier this year I was contacted by Lush Cosmetics about a very special musical performance they were organising entitled “The Tales of Bath”. The performance was to be centred on an ancient fable of a king who became a pig herder. The musicians would be dressed as animals and it was to be performed in the Wookey Hole caves. We were very grateful of the opportunity to contribute to the atmosphere with our masks and decided to redesign our Pig mask to better suit the needs of the musicians. All of the animal masks where built by the shop staff of the Lush store in Bath UK, Well done to all involved!
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