Using An ‘Alien’ Facehugger As A Protective Face Mask – Design You Trust

Using An ‘Alien’ Facehugger As A Protective Face Mask

During these challenging times, people are getting very creative with their protective face masks. A curator of the Barcelona Alien Museum 3d-printed a mask that looks like the iconic “Facehugger” from the film Alien.

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