The papier mâché is a mix of paper, wool, vinyl glue, gauze, putty and beeswax; traditionally used for the typical Venetian masks, it requires particualr manual skills to be modelled into the desired forms, so that the surfaces remain perfect and flawless. For this special project, innovative in its conception as it is daring in its realisation, the masks are made in a plaster mould and decorated with acrylic paint. The two plastic elements contain a filter of active charcoal. They are attached to a breathable fabric filter that covers the nose and mouth.
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