Wolf Masks: An Experiment

This Hallowe’en I was a senior peer for the university’s international student program, and I wanted to find a way that my group of international students could make a costume easily and quickly. What follows is the trip from design to reality. ImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

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About Jesse Conlang

Jesse Conlang lives in Edmonton, Alberta, where he has trained squirrels to operate pens and pencils at his whim. You can probably tell that by the quality of the work.
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