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Primitive Impressionistic Expressionism Face Mask featuring the digital art Living Inside a Box by Zotshee Zotshee

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Living Inside a Box Face Mask

Zotshee Zotshee

by Zotshee Zotshee


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The Center for Disease Control has recommended the use of cloth face masks to help fight the spread of COVID-19.

This face mask is made from 100% polyester and includes two ear loops with adjustable grommets for a comfortable fit.

The printed area of the mask is approximately 7" wide by 5" tall.   This mask fits well on adult mens' faces without the grommets but, due to the adjustable grommets, can be worn snuggly by adult women, as well.

Please note - this is NOT a surgical grade mask. It is not intended for any medical or commercial uses, whatsoever. It is a simple, cloth mask designed for everyday use to cover your mouth when out in public. The mask should not be used in any medical or surgical setting.

We make no warranties that the mask prevents infections or the transmission of viruses or diseases.

Design Details

Living Inside a Box

Most people live inside a box within a box. Few live in round rooms with curved walls. Yet some four-sided boxes are much... more

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Artist's Description

Living Inside a Box

Most people live inside a box within a box. Few live in round rooms with curved walls. Yet some four-sided boxes are much nicer than other four-sided boxes. Hanging artwork on the walls will turn the squared corners of a box into a beautiful living space.

11 inch by 8.5 inch; 3300px width 2550 px height; 300 DPI

A Zotshee original created on July 30, 2021.

About Zotshee Zotshee

Zotshee Zotshee

As an LSU Honors Division undergrad, Zotshee studied classical art and 19th-century Impressionism. He was gobsmacked by the brushstrokes of Monet, Renoir, and Cezanne. After receiving his B.A. degree, he began a series of oil paintings and sold a Groucho Marx silhouette at a Baton Rouge gallery. With his artistic eye continuing to evolve, Zotshee soon became fascinated by the works of Pollock, Kooning, Warhol, Motherwell, Francis, Ossorio . . . and Basquiat (a bit later). It was a gut-wrenching enlightening of the soul. But sadly, upon returning from a four-month stay in Europe, which had included seven days in Paris . . . Zotshee gave away all of his paintings. He could not face a blank canvas anymore. He called it his hard-row-to-hoe...