Available at Radio Guy.
that is incredible! it looks really retro-futuristic.
The Radio Guy, Steve Erenberg, has one of the premier collections of these type of handmade, steampunk masks. Check out his website. It's unbelievable!
Amen, Joey. Visitors to Radio Guy should prepare to covet.
I'm trying to find things to sell so I can save up for the $3800.00 for the Beekeeper's Helmet. Of course, if I actually did buy it, my wife would leave me!
It cost me a lot more than that to get rid of my wife, and I didn't even get a pretty hat as part of the deal!
Ha, great point Michael!
I don't really get how it would work. Bees are attracted to carbon monoxide from our mouths. That's why they for the face. With the big opening, wouldn't they get in?Beekeeper question, I guess. ;)
Good observation. I'm not certain, but it looks to me like the eye part is grooved so that it can slide closed, although it seems like if that were the case, the eye holes would be too close together.
And if you can't afford this, or a real commercial one, then a paint strainer from the paint store can work.
8 months later... The top picture has the slide closed. It would be supreme tunnel vision, but a person could certainly look forward using the mask
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