Park Pardon Mask 198
These one-off papier-maché masks by Park Pardon is the work of artists Bloeme van Bon & Geran Knol, based in Antwerp, Belgium. Both practicing illustrators, they duo began Park Pardon in 2012, a collaborative project that sees their individual styles come together to form a new narrative across drawing, publication and sculpture.
From Park Pardon's most recent series "Schijngelaten" this ongoing collection of masks explores identity and the inherent use of masks used in celebrations and commemorations across cultures worldwide.
Each individual mask is hand-formed using papier-maché techniques and hand painted, where each is one-of-a-kind.
Park Pardon Mask 198 measures approx 14cm wide x 21cm high.