Foundations Journal 10

Here are some paper masks created by 3Gatti Architecture, intended to be used on storefront mannequins. I admire how dramatic these masks are, and am fond of the frequent use of angled lines. These masks don’t attempt to contour to the faces of their subjects, rather it is their radical nature which makes them interesting. 

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These next two images are of the mask I created for the next major project, in which we will have to draw our creation. It makes use of geometric and polygonal shapes to build it’s form, while it’s design is also referenced from 6th century Germanic helmets.

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