This Kerala shop is offering customized face masks with people’s face printed on it
Binesh G Paul/TikTok
- Binesh G Paul, a 38 year- old digital photographer in Ettumanoor in Kottayam is selling customised
maskswith people’s faces printed on them.
- It takes 20 minutes to print the photo on the face mask which costs ₹60 a piece.
At Kottayam, Kerala, they print your face on the mask so that even when you wear the mask, people can recognise you… https://t.co/OBWaO3E8JE— Ananth Rupanagudi (@rananth) 1590289183000
Paul says this will make it easy for other people to recognise the face behind the mask.
“In ATMs, while checking in airports, examination halls and other occasions masks often create problems. The new mask can overcome this. Like our PM Modi said we have to convert each crisis into an opportunity,” said Binesh.
People can send a selfie or take a photo with a high resolution camera. Then Paul will carry out sublimation printing and transfer the image to a particular paper. The photo will later be enlarged and superimposed on the cloth mask. It takes 20 minutes to print the photo on the face mask which costs ₹60 a piece.
Several shops across the country have started selling masks with film posters, bollywood stars, cartoon characters on it.
People have also started wearing designer face masks to match with their outfit. For instance, the Southern Naval Command in Kochi has ordered to wear white masks with white and navy blue uniforms.
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