Martin Parr Face Masks By Martin Parr Foundation

MPF has created a selection of Martin Parr face masks. These are available in five different designs, with each mask featuring a Martin Parr photograph.

The five images available are -

Mickey Mouse burger, Disneyland, Tokyo from 'Common Sense'.
The fry-up, Bristol, UK from 'British Food'.
The poodle, Bangkok, from 'Common Sense'.
The cheese tent, Frome, UK from 'Think of England'.
The smile, Switzerland, from 'Common Sense'.

Proceeds support the Foundation's work, allowing us to keep our exhibitions free to all, support emerging talent and build on our extraordinary collection, ensuring the arts are accessible to all.

Note: These are not medical devices or personal protective equipment (PPE). These masks are intended for personal use in non-medical settings, in order to contain the spread of Coronavirus.

We do not recommend these masks as a defence for the person wearing the mask against contracting Coronavirus. This product is designed to protect others by reducing spread of Coronavirus from the person wearing the mask.

Please wash your mask regularly, ideally daily, to keep it fresh and hygienic. Due to the personal hygiene nature of the product, the masks are non-returnable.

- DO NOT purchase these face masks with the false understanding they will prevent infection from Corona virus.
- There are NOT medical grade masks (as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) as an infection preventative measure, i.e. grade FFP2/N95)
- Designed for personal use only
- Made from breathable, quilted, 3 ply fabric
- Anti sweat and allows your to breath easily
- Soft fabric & eco-inks are kind to your skin, with no irritation
- Machine washable at up to 60°C
- Stretchy elastic straps ensure that your mask will stay in place over your nose, chin and mouth.
- Custom made in London, England

One size fits all

Designed by
Martin Parr Foundation

£20.00

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