Raxenne Mask (Set of 3)
This Mask Set contains 3 printed masks featuring Raxenne’s Flora and Fauna works. About The Masks for Masks Project Fashion & design has always been a reflection of the times. During this uncertain year of our lives, we would like to support our front liners and also keep creativity alive and still put artistry at its premium. More than ever, the creative industries are the most heavily impacted by this pandemic in the short term and long run. An initiative by Basic Movement marketplace; for a limited time and quantity we will be featuring designed, non-medical grade, reusable face masks by brands and designers. These washable, reusable fabric face masks are made to fit as many faces as possible. Fabrics are left over materials in designer studios. These masks are non-medical grade but if used correctly, should help contribute to less person-to-person droplet transmission. Masks are tested using a Lighter test. Using fabric masks would lessen the demand of N95 & surgical masks in the market, leaving them more for healthcare professionals and those most at risk/need it the most. For every purchase of facemasks from your favorite brands, we will be using our Marketplace Commission fees for the next 2 months in donating five (5) N95 Masks to our front liners through the Faceshield Drive Plus Team. Independent designers and other fashion brands who are interested to be part of the MASKS for MASKS project, please email us at email@example.com. All clothing and accessory clothing commissions for the next 2 months will be donated to Aidvertisting, a fund raising effort for our colleagues in advertising production who are freelance day wage earners.. Update of donations will be on our Stories Highlight at www.instagram.com/basicmovement. This is a personal use item and cannot be returned. Shipping: Due to the ECQ we will ship your masks between the period of May 5-20, 2020. We’re currently finalizing with our logistics partners, updates will be sent for earlier deliveries.
Raxenne Maniquiz Raxenne Maniquiz is a graphic designer and illustrator from the Philippines. Her fascination for flora and fauna often influences her work, brought to life by using vivid colors and textures. She has done both design and illustration work for local and international clients. Her work has been featured in books such as Asian Creatives: 150 Most Promising Talents in Art, Design, Illustration and Photography (Japan), Creative Talk in Asia (CTA): Volume 2 (Hong Kong), and Geek-Art: An Anthology Volume 3 (France). Her work has been exhibited at the 2013 Kaohsiung Design Festival’s Creative Cities and in CTA’s 2016 Visual Design Exhibition.