This unique, versatile accessory is more than "just" a face mask cover. Fold it for a custom headband or bandana. Wear it around your neck, scarf-style, and use it as a neck warmer. Buy two and wrap them around your biceps, or use them as wristbands, just because you can! No matter what you use them for, the four-way stretch of this breathable fabric will keep your options open (on both ends). Upgrade your accessory game and find a matching face shield for each of your outfits, to cover your face masks. Perfect as extra protection over your disposable or re-usable face masks.
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- Ships from US and EU!
- Printed, cut, hand-sewn in US/MEX/EU
- Printed on one side, reverse side is left blank = Work says your mask has to be blank (boring!) Stay in regulations when you have to & flip it around when you don't.
- Washable and reusable = Don't wear it until it gets gross. It's made to last.
- Four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains = It goes where you want & solves the mask hanging off one ear or under the chin look.
- Breathable fabric = Perfect to exercise or for going out without overheating.
- One size = Fits all your beautiful faces.
- 95% polyester, 5% elastane (fabric composition may vary by 1%)
- Fabric weight: 6.19 oz/yd² (210 g/m²)
"The triptych was most likely intended to be read from left to right, as each panel’s meaning is interconnected. The outer left panel shows God introducing Eve to Adam and the right panel depicts the torture of damnation. The central, and most well-known, panel is what the piece takes its name after. This garden shows the surreal and bizarre temptations on Earth. Thus, reading from left to right, we can see how man was created, lived, and then failed due to his own behavior.
When the left and right panels are closed, it’s possible to see the outside of the triptych, which Bosch painted in grisaille. Grisaille is used to describe a painting entirely executed in tones of gray or neutral colors. It was common for Netherlandish altarpieces of the time to have grisaille work on the outer panels as a means to contrast with the colorful interior.
The work shows the world in stunning detail, encased in a clear globe. In the upper left corner, it’s possible to make out the tiny figure of God, who is wearing a Papal tiara. Next to him an inscription from Psalm 33:9 reads “For he spoke, and it came to be; he commanded, and it stood firm.”
The painting has alternatively been interpreted as depicting the Third Day of the Creation, after the creation of plant life, but before humans and animals, or of The Flood due to the globe being half-filled with water." - mymodernmet.com
Artist: Hieronymus Bosch | Designer: Sabai Beauty