Cardboard has had many uses and surely, embarking on a DIY mask would be something that could be done. And with Halloween fast approaching, a lot of funky ideas may come into mind.
But if you are staring at a blank wall, perhaps these animal cardboard-based masks could inspire you a bit. These are the Jozef Mrva masks which were made using many torn pieces of cardboard. To enhance them, some paint or tape you may have lying around could come in handy.
Although they may seem creepy looking at first, it seems that they are perfect for the coming season or any masquerade gathering you may be planning to go.
Most of them are reminiscent of animal skulls and Mrva says his “animal masks resemble skulls or remains or abominations” and that “they are made to inspire the inner forces of man and allow behavioral self-expression through identity alternation.”