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If I asked you to name the two colors that masks come in, what would you say? Blue and white. Well it's time to ditch the "tradition" and make a statement.
Beautifully featuring three masterpiece paintings, this mask bundle is just the thing to liven up your day and those around you.
Van Gogh's Almond Blossoms
Our flagship Swatch pattern
Van Gogh's The Starry Night
These masks are well-designed with a structured pleat for the nose and another for the chin to maximize comfort and breathe-ability.
Each features a triple-layer face covering for maximum protection, and black or white adjustable elastic bands that go around the ears for a relaxed but secure fit.
About Almond Blossoms
Spread hope and create feelings of positivity and awakening with this beautiful mask. To Vincent Van Gogh the almond blossom represented these things and are said to have brought him great joy.
In the early months of 1890 Van Gogh wrote a letter to his mother expressing the happiness he had felt when his brother had announced to him the birth of a new son. In that very letter, when Van Gogh says of his newborn nephew:
"I started right away to make a picture for him, to hang in their bedroom, big branches of white almond blossom against a blue sky."
He was in fact writing about this very painting, and it's clear to see why Van Gogh had chosen this particular subject matter and color scheme as a celebration for the new addition to his brother's family.
The painting now hangs in the Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam.
The ArtyGogo flagship design, this is the perfect way to keep yourself and other's safe without sacrificing your artistic flare.
About The Starry Night
A mask for those who wonder at the world and a beautiful way to express the awe that you feel when experiencing something marvelous. This mask beautifully features The Starry Night painted by Vincent Van Gogh.
Arguably the most recognizable image in Western art, The Starry Night was regarded by Van Gogh as a failure, despite having his most notable, studied and discussed work.
The Starry Night was one of few paintings Van Gogh made partly from memory and imagination rather than direct observation, and is one of a series of 21 paintings of the same subject, all of which were renderings of the view from his window at Saint-Paul-de-Mausole, the asylum which he stayed in for one year.
The painting can now be found in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.