Yennie Zhou- Vintage BaseBall Mask, Mask, Yennie Zhou, Sacramento . Shop

Yennie Zhou - Vintage Baseball Mask

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Yennie Zhou
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Description 

This Premium 3 layer cotton mask with filter insert pocket featuring a vintage baseball print, that states, "the ball that won the world series." This mask also features cotton, grey earloops with an adjustable bead. 

 

Material

Cotton

 

Mask Detail

If a mask comes with a pocket for a filter, filter not included.

 

More About the Artist

Yennie Zhou is an artist born in Vietnam, raised in China, and currently living and creating in California. Her art is an avant-garde blend of inspirations that include architecture, nature, and human emotion. Yennie’s artistic eye is one of her most valued tools, and she is always looking to erect the beauty out of the broken.

 

Many of Yennie’s pieces are constructed with unconventional, every-day, or repurposed materials and she believes art exists in various organic forms that can be captured within societies’ most used artistic canvases: fashion, food, technology, architecture, and landscapes. Yennie’s art often comes to life as she deconstructs, twists, spins, and rebuilds the familiar into fresh, exciting, and truly unique pieces.

 

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