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Creepy Baby Masks Turn Adults into Big Babies

by Hazel Chua
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If you think that there’s no way baby masks would be anything but adorable, then think again.

That’s what I thought before I saw these masks by artist Landon Meier of Hyperflesh. And now that I’ve seen them, let me just say that they’re creepy as heck – even creepier than those scary clown masks that have haunted your nightmares ever since you were a kid.

Lifelike Baby Mask

I think the creep factor is brought about by the fact that the masks are designed to fit adults. That means they’re huge and, when worn, will turn anyone into a big, lumbering baby. The expressions don’t help either. Meier created three based on a baby’s common expressions: happy, crying, and disgusted. Suffice it to say, they all still look extremely creepy. There’s no other word for it.

Lifelike Baby Mask1

They’re pretty expensive, too. Each mask is priced at $350(USD) and they can be bought over at Hyperflesh.

[via This is Why I’m Broke via Incredible Things]

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