The 3-D-printed masks, created by Shuhei Okawara, aren't made for coronavirus prevention.
Rather, they're intended for cosplay, both public and private.
The faces are that of real, anonymous Japanese adults, to whom Okawara paid 40,000 yen each (about $386) to sell their likenesses in mask form.
More than 100 people applied to be copied.
The masks will be made available for sale early next year for 98,000 yen each, or about $946, at Okawara's Tokyo shop, Kamenya Omote, which specializes in costuming and theatrical wares.
Source: New York Post
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