Have you ever wanted to wear the face of another person but never really wanted to go down the “Buffalo Bill” path? Well you’re in luck!

There is a dude is Japan that makes hyper realistic looking face masks of strangers…now these aren’t the kind of mask to protect you from COVID, but it will disguise your identity as a random unidentified stranger!

The masks will begin going on sale early next year, but if you’re going to want one it’s going to set you back almost a grand, they retail for approximately $950USD (98,000 yen).


Japanese Man Selling Hyper-Realistic Masks Featuring Faces Of Strangers

TOKYO, Dec 16 (Reuters) - A year into the coronavirus epidemic, a Japanese retailer has come up with a new take on the theme of facial camouflage - a hyper-realistic mask that models a stranger's features in three dimensions. Shuhei Okawara's masks won't protect you or others against the virus.