YOU TOO, GET INVOLVED IN THE MASKBOOK CAMPAIGN!
The mask is a free, figurative or abstract creation. It can, for example, be inspired by major current environmental issues (global warming, air pollution, pandemics, etc), or it can be a creation of the imagination, inspired by a sustainable future!
Express your concerns about the environmental crisis and air pollution, and bring your solutions to life. Urbanization, transport, food, consumption, pollution, Utopia, revolution... Be inspired! When creating your mask, make sure your message is clear, and that your artwork is positioned centrally on the mask itself.
Take action with your creativity for your health and for the environment: come and enrich our online gallery and stand alongside renowned environmentalists, artists, and citizens from around the world.
Four important requirements before you start:
1 - Join the circular economy by creating a mask from your waste.
2 - Do not use medical masks intended for use during the pandemic. Protective Covid-19 masks are exclusively reserved for the fight against the virus. Even using them can be dangerous. Make your own mask instead with cardboard or paper-mâché, or start with an expired, defective or used anti-dust or anti-pollution mask that you can then personalize.
3 - Also prepare the information needed for publication: the name of your mask, the explanation of your mask, and the message you want to convey. The stronger, more positive and constructive the message, the better!
4 - Your photo is essential. It must be of good quality and in a landscape format. We must see your eyes!
Each mask is unique. Put all of your artistic, ecological and technical know-how into your mask!
On your masks, get set, go!
READY? POST YOUR PORTRAIT HERE
Fill out the information in the small online form below and upload your masked portrait.
Please note, all the portraits sent are not published! The rules stated above must be followed. Your Maskbook portrait will be put online after validation of its content by our compliance committee.
|Are you under 18? Ask your parents to fill out the following form so we can publish your portrait:|
|Parental authorization to use the image of a minor|
We hope you enjoy participating in this creative and innovative project for the planet!