Not just a good-looking design, these Sir Peter Blake pop art face masks are also helping charity too. Affordable as well.
Yes, the face mask. We all need them right now and the choice of the high street isn’t exactly inspiring if you want something reusable. Then again, I don’t suppose looking cool is the first priority when it comes to covering your face for most people. The mask tends to be a more functional tool.
But if you do want something more interesting and eye-catching, this set of masks is pretty cool.
Sir Peter Blake has created these for high street store TK Maxx. Not just for the sake of it, the masks are part of an ongoing charity commitment that started with the Mickey Mouse art print for the store. That was pricey. These masks certainly are not. But the principle is the same. Money is going to Comic Relief.
At least £4 from each pack of masks will go to the Comic Relief charity fund to help provide support for people who need it most through the coronavirus crisis here in the UK and around the world. You can’t argue with that.
Three different designs, all sold together and all three selling together for £9.99. Which is about as cheap as it comes for a Peter Blake design. Single masks often sell for more than that.
If you want to get a pack, you might want to act sooner rather than later as these are sure to be popular and stuck is unlikely to meet long-term demand.