By now, most of us understand the importance of wearing face coverings in public. And while many people are making the most of the “new normal” by choosing artistic face masks that show off their style, there’s one person who’s taking creative coverings to a whole new level. Artisanal leather worker James (of Pirate’s Leatherworks) crafted an amazing Alien-inspired facehugger mask that celebrates his love of sci-fi.
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