face mask

decorative k21  BY irena orlov
51560-FCMSK1

DENY Irena Orlov

Irena Orlov Decorative K21 Face Mask

51560-FCMSK1

$16.99

MSRP: $0.00


Deny Designs is for wholesale customers only.



Product Details

Description

This machine-washable, reusable face mask features elastic ear loops for a snug fit and a designed poly front with a microfiber backing. Plus, we are proud to donate a portion of proceeds from the sale of our Face Mask to help the recovery efforts from the COVID-19 Pandemic.

By purchasing these masks, you are acknowledging that these are not medical grade.

These Items cannot be returned due to hygiene reasons.

Details & Product Specs

  • Printed polyester sheeting, microfiber backing on “With Pocket” construction
  • Pleated construction
  • 10" Nylon spandex ear loop
  • Adjustable silicone bead for size adjustment
  • Singe layer is designed to be worn alone or to cover a disposable face mask
  • “With Pocket” design has a dual layer construction to fit a filter or be worn by itself
  • A portion of proceeds from the sale of these masks will be donated to help the recovery effort from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
  • Masks sold on Deny Designs are for general public use only and are not intended for use in medical settings. More legal info here.

Care

Machine wash cold, hang to dry

About the Artist

irena orlov

Irena Orlov, innovative, contemporary fine artist, architect, designer, illustrator, photographer is known for creating captivating works which are full of energy.
Extraordinary versatile in her mediums, Irena could never imagine life without art. Having a successful carrier in architecture and design for quite a long time, she began to deal with fine art. She is an artist whose path in the fine arts has led her to a unique expression of mood and color. The combination of antique and a very clean, crisp modern design sense creates a highly prized, individual art style. Her images begin spontaneously and give expression to personal creativity and insight. Each piece is unique in design. Irena often prefers to think of herself as a craftsman, constructing, or interpreting imagery and messages from her conscious and subconscious mind.
Irena has lived in Ukraine, Russia, Israel, Canada, and now lives and works in Los Angeles.

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