21.04.10 by Jeff

Mark Pernice

Mask based on Apple’s Photo Booth filter, by Mark Pernice.

Apple Photobooth mask by Mark Pernice

Apple Photobooth mask by Mark Pernice

Apple Photobooth mask by Mark Pernice

Apple Photobooth mask by Mark Pernice

Apple Photobooth mask by Mark Pernice













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Oh that is awesome! Really wanting to learn how to do this? Tutorial perhaps?

  • Karen

    How brilliant! Reminds me of Moe from The Simpsons.

  • Wonderful. I would love to see a whole series of these masks.

  • Must

    the rainbow cone is a nice touch

  • Mark clearly has a creative mind. For those too lazy to look into it: Christian Hanson did the sculpture, Mark was the director of the project (though I could be wrong). There’s a few additional photos on his website!

  • dan

    Haha/…. shine the shit… turned out very nice

  • LOVE LOVE LOVE

  • Jocey

    These are great! you have one of those faces that can make really great facial expressions with little effort.

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  • simple yet effective

  • LYA

    *genius 😀





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