Designer Steve Wintercroft has twisted an amazing series of geometric 3D paper masks that you can build yourself. Steve Wintercroft has a collection of bizarre geometrical paper masks for Halloween revelers that can be printed out (for a price) and assembled by you right at home. They’re an inexpensive, creative and customizable solution to that all-important questions
Steve says it all began a few years ago when he was invited to a Halloween party and was struggling for costume ideas:
“I sat down with a pile of old cardboard, some parcel tape, a pair of scissors and plenty of hot tea. An hour or so later and after some trial and error I had made me a fox mask.”
Wintercroft’s broad collection of skull and animal masks is good for Halloween, carnivals, or any other occasion that calls for masks.
Steve sells his designs through his Etsy shop where you get the template; print it out and stick it to whatever material you want to use (or reuse); cut out the pieces; match the numbers; and tape it all together.
When you purchase a mask, you gain access to a .pdf file download that will let your print out and make the mask yourself. Wintercroft estimates 1 – 3 hours to build each mask yourself.