Giving Masks A Brand New Avatar

We can all agree to the fact that masks have become an outdoor essential, and of course, a fashion statement, all around the globe. It’s a universal trend that does not seem to have an expiry date in our lives, at least for now. It’s hard to believe that something as simple as masks has the potential to save you from dying a horrendous death at the hands of the 2020 villain, Coronavirus. That was dark, really dark. Sorry about that.

Also Read: 15 Instagram Accounts That Capture Kerala’s Beauty Perfectly

Anyway, speaking of masks, Muhammed Sajid, an illustrator from Bangalore, who is from Kerala, had a different take on masks. Much to our liking towards futuristic adventures, Sajid created an illustrative series of culturally-infused creatives, rooted in sci-fi and Kerala origins. It has more to do with reimagining masks in a way that represents the future urban dystopia. There’s a lot of character to it, and it very much like Sajid’s work. He created a five-picture series, and we’re pretty sure you’d totally fall in love with it. Have a look!

Mask On


Face Off

The Masks We Wear

Is Ritual A Mask Too?

Adapt. Survive. Evolve

What are your thoughts? Let us know!

Aishwarya Gopinathhttps://pinklungicom.wordpress.com/
A foodie at heart, an aspiring novelist, and an enthusiastic writer by nature, I love to dig deep into culture and lifestyle of the place and people around me. I hope to make people cry, laugh, smile, angry, and satisfied with my writing.

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