MADE BY YOU

We supply digital templates that help you to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Use them to turn a pile of card into a fantastical Low Polygon Mask. With a little guidance, anyone can create something beautiful and anyone can join our global creative community. Download, print, build it, wear it and share your creation with the World.

If you are ready to take the first step on a creative journey, let us be your guide.

 

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Echelon Void Victor Wintercroft

 

Our Story

My name is Steve Wintercroft and since 2013 my wife, Marianne and I have been designing and supplying unique masks to creative people all over the World. Along the way, we have met so many incredible people and there isn’t a day that goes by that we don’t meet at least one more. We believe that the urge to create is something that we all have in common as human beings. These masks provide a therapeutic, satisfying way to connect with a side of ourselves that we might not even have known was there.

 

Masks from Scrap – How it all Began

A couple of years ago, I received an invite to a friend’s Halloween party, but struggling for costume ideas and short of time, I raided the recycling bin and gathered together a pile of packaging cardboard. I then sat down with some parcel tape, a pair of scissors and plenty of hot tea. An hour or so later and after some trial and error I had made myself an animal mask. The mask was well received so I decided to redesign it and make the templates available and accessible to everyone. The goal was to create a set of masks that could be built by anyone, using local materials, removing the need for mass manufacturing or shipping and with the minimum environmental impact.


Reduce, Reuse and Recycle


By supplying the templates digitally and enabling people to build the masks themselves, there is no energy wasted on manufacturing or shipping. The masks are intended to be built from discarded, reused or recycled card. For example, old cereal boxes are ideal. When you have finished with your mask you can strip the tape off and throw it in with the recycling.

 

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