Besides the free candy, Halloween is supposed to be about scaring yourself silly. But don’t waste your time on horror movies, haunted houses, or ghost stories. Just watch this behind-the-scenes look at how Hyperflesh makes its oversized baby masks. You’ll be terrified of going anywhere near a daycare afterwards.
Now don’t get us wrong, we’re not advocating bank robbery as an easy way to resolve your financial difficulties. We’re just really looking forward to the first security camera footage of a perp using this electronic Chewbacca mask to hide their identity behind authentic Wookiee roars.
And polygonal. While you're considering making some of your own Halloween decorations, you can also consider getting some of these paper mask patterns from Steve Wintercroft.
If you're looking for ideas on how to transform yourself into a disease-ridden horned demon this month, you'll want to head behind-the-scenes at Immortal Masks. The Hollywood-based company designs high-end creature masks for special effects teams in film. Or anyone who wants to seriously scare the shit out of…
Proving that sometimes all it takes is a popular YouTube video to kickstart a successful business, Mark Rober, the guy who made the gaping hole in your gut costume using two iPads a few years ago, is back with even more easy but impressive costume ideas. And that includes a line of Halloween masks that come to life…
Go home all other masks, this mask is the best mask.
Here's something we never knew we wanted: lovingly crafted leather and resin masks in the shapes of dragons' heads with matching gauntlets. They're the perfect accessory for the humans in your dragon army.
Is Air Force Chief of Staff Mark A. Welsh just a commander having a bit of fun at a briefing, or is he an actual super-soldier? Or is he moonlighting as a Mexican wrestler? Because he is definitely wearing a Captain America-styled luchadore mask.
How convincing can practical special effects be in real life? A trio of black men wore masks purchased from a special effects company while committing a robbery in order to make witnesses believe they were white—and it actually worked.
The creeptastic Guy Fawkes mask has become synonymous with Anonymous, protesting and basically any group that is trying to fight against injustice. But why does a Guy Fawkes mask have to just be one white male face? Can't it be represented in different genders and ethnicities and cultures? Maybe!
When the Google Street View team rolled through Tokyo recently, a bunch of writers from a Japanese humor website were there with these eerie pigeon masks. The "human pigeons" then stood around gawking at the Google van, and here are the weird results.
In Patrick Smith's multi-award-winning animated short film Masks, a race of sadistic masked men chow down on a seemingly helpless species of smaller folk. When a scientist devises a way to clone the squeaky little people, the masked men think they've hit on an endless food supply—one that will radically change the…
Attention all ye hoodlums, thugs, and general ne'er do wells: the days of the wooly ski mask are over—at least, over for 333 of you.
Come with me. I've got something to show you. A dark-haired woman clad in a long beaded dress said this to me as she whisked me away into the strange underworld of "Sleep No More."
Designer Meike Harde has printed out a series of two-dimensional masks of attractive human features that — when skewed by the contours of the actual face — become positively repellent. The flawless (albeit substitute) eyes and lips meld with the exposed skin, and these perfect traits become imperfect and downright…
Looking for the perfect headgear to spruce up your social life? This custom-made Predator helmet — which boasts a functioning tri-laser and 45-centimeter horns — by Yautja aficionado Mike Loh is the ultimate in peacocking. A mere $1050 will get you this formidable chapeau and a fan fiction backstory to impress new…
YouTube is rife with cosplay creations that straddle the line between sort of impressive and unmitigated nightmare fuel. YouTube crafter zjchgf specializes in building masks of gleefully sinister women frozen silent mid-grin.
For $4000, a Japanese company called Real-f will make a photorealistic mask of your face they call a three-dimensional photo form. Sure, you can tell it's fake if you look close enough. But what if you weren't looking so closely?