FAUSTandCOMPANY

Mask maker

Oregon, United States · 231 Sales

FAUSTandCOMPANY

Mask maker

Oregon, United States 231 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(63)

Announcement   Durable Latex-free rubber masks, horns, and accessories of the highest quality made in Portland, Oregon. website: www.faustandcompany.com

Announcement

Durable Latex-free rubber masks, horns, and accessories of the highest quality made in Portland, Oregon. website: www.faustandcompany.com

Mark Andrew Schneider

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Mark Andrew Schneider

Skull Mask Long Horns (bone finish)
US$185.00
Demon Mask Japanese Oni (Blue)
US$175.00
Buddha Mask in copper finish
US$175.00
Skull Mask Long Horns Metallic Pewter
US$170.00
Unicorn Mask Masquerade Ball Unisex Adult
US$165.00
Dragon Skull Mask
US$160.00
Plague Doctor Mask (black & blue)
US$160.00
Plague Doctor Mask (brown)
US$160.00
Skull Mask short horns bone finish
US$155.00
Nutcracker 2.0 Half-mask
US$150.00
Buddha Mask in old iron finish
US$150.00
Skull Mask Bauta Style - Bone
US$150.00
Native Elder Mask
US$140.00
Mask Native American Elder Medicine Man
US$140.00
Skull Mask Bauta Style - Pewter
US$130.00
Samurai Menpo Mask- red and gold
US$125.00
Samurai Menpo Mask - Brown Leather Style
US$125.00
Masquerade Mask Labyrinth Ball Unisex Adult
US$125.00

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(63)
Michelle Kolano

Michelle Kolano on Sep 27, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely beautiful! I'm extremely pleased with the quality and light weight!

Sarah Homburg

Sarah Homburg on Sep 23, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Thank you Mark! They are awesome :)

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Skull mask by Faust & Company!

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Skull Mask short horns bone finish
US$155.00

About

If the Mask Fits...

I started Faust & Company in 2011 after I realized that making masks was the right artistic path for me. The idea struck me like lightning one day after having recently decided to leave animation school.
I began scouring the internet and devouring books on the subject of mask making. After trying my hand at papier mache and deciding that it was too time consuming and messy, I began researching products that might best suit my desires for durability, level of detail, non-toxicity, and flexibility. What I found was a casting rubber called "neoprene". It is a latex free rubber that offers many amazing possibilities.
I began sculpting like a madman, making molds from my work, and casting the pieces in this new rubber. When I had enough pieces under my belt to share, I began to sell on Etsy and at festivals on the West Coast of the US. The response was resoundingly positive and I have since built a fantastic shop at my home in Portland, Oregon to carry on my work.

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  • Mark Andrew Schneider

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Last updated on October 2, 2015

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards