BYOM.CA | BRING YOUR OWN MASK
AFROSEQUENTIAL FINE ART FASHION GRAPHIC MASK
BYOM | PROTECTIVE, COMFORTABLE, RE-USABLE
AFROSEQUENTIAL- 2 LAYER fashion fabric mask that provides premium quality and protection for everyone to Mask with Confidence.
- Inner Layer: Sonic Welded seam 64-gram polypropylene filter for protection
- Outer Layer tightly woven polyester
- Mask Design has a curve so there is room to breathe
BYOM Fabric Mask Benefits
- Lightweight, Premium Quality, and Breathable
- Water-based dyes used for Color, No Fading
- Commercial Sewers take care with every mask. We use a sonic welding sewing machine for the mask filter seam to ensure proper protection.
- Machine washable, hang to dry to last but can handle dryer (we put ours in the dryer all the time) Keep its shape after wash.
- Sustainable and 100% Canadian-made masks
- Supporting Canadian Artists and charity Sketch
Standard Mask Measurements
- From Ear to Ear: 9 inches (this measures the curve in the mask)
- From mid nose to chin: 5.5 inches
- If you have a smaller face we recommend looking at our youth large.
- If you have a larger head we recommend looking at our black mask for big heads.
Our family takes turns packing we do our best to get the orders out in 24 hours.
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Note: There are NO nose wires or earloop adjustors on the 2 layer masks so please put in order notes in the shopping cart if you want us to add them. There will be no additional cost but it will take longer to ship.
$3/mask is donated to the charity Sketch.
Kanna created this piece to help support Sketch. Sketch is a charity to support youth to access food, community, and skill-building in the arts.
Art Back Story - Because it portrays play, curiosity, fun, creativity, and the black figure!
Artist Bio: Kanna Anigbogu @kannaanigbogu
Kanna Anigbogu is a Toronto-based Nigerian artist with a distinctive style of intuitive single-line work and gestural imagery. Inspired by his Igbo heritage, his work evokes ambiance, curiosity, symbolism, and play.
It is estimated that every year, up to 10,000 young people might be homeless in Toronto. An estimated 6,000 young people are homeless on any given night across the country.
In 2018, over 1200 young people have come to SKETCH to access food, community, and skill-building opportunities in the arts.
Help us spread the word about the power of the arts and the creativity of young people on the margins.