Silent Auction Item
There was really only one sensible way for crafter Anna Braumberger to create this paper mache mask: channel the dark powers. Creating a dimentional rift, she entered the land of Termina and mugged the Happy Mask salesman, who quite frankly was rather used to it at this point, and brought the mask over into this reality. It took Anna months of painstaking anger management therapy but it was all worth it. The mask now insists that it wants to help children instead of possessing them. Liars are supposed to blink a lot so this mask's unblinking stare must mean that it's telling the truth.... right?
While it has no fastening strap, the mask is technically wearable - it has carefully placed pieces of mesh that are nearly invisible from the front, but that give the ability to see through it if you place it over your face. Or you can use it as decoration. Either option is good: remarkable fashion accessory or stunning home decor.
Anna Braumberger is a crafter based out of Vancouver Canada who has been making masks for low budget stage productions for 6 years. Her day job is as a Production Assistant for film and television and she is trying to enter a career in props. Anna has a multitude of bizarre talents including building model terrain for tabletop games, cosplaying, writing, singing and being able to bark like a dog. You won't find projects for sale anywhere else, since she generally does not ply her talents with an end to make money from them.
The mask measures 20" ( from spike tip to spike tip) wide , 17" ( Base to horns) tall and 6" tall. Materials: the mask is made of Paper mache, clay, fun foam, acryllic paints and mediums. Only the finest fairy tears and deku scrub pulp were used in the creation of the paper mashe paste. posed to blink a lot so this mask's unblinking stare must mean that it's telling the truth.... right?
Zedar for $530.00