Fashionable Faces Masks To Suit Your Mood

By Alisha Chetty
on 2 February 2021

Fashionable face masks with multiple designs to suit your every mood

Vistaprint, the marketing partner to small businesses, brings its first artist capsule collection of face masks to the Australian market. 

The aim is to normalise mask-wearing whilst, celebrating design and allowing for personal and creative expression. 

The face mask capsule collection features mask designs from both world-renowned artists and artist-helmed brands

FUTURA2000 is a NYC-based artist, designer, and pioneering voice from the seminal “Subway School.” In collaboration with Futura Laboratories, Vistaprint will donate a portion of the proceeds of Futura Laboratories masks to Free Arts NYC, an organization dedicated to empowering underserved youth through art and mentoring programs.


Geoff McFetridge is a Canadian artist and designer whose work includes paintings, installations, industrial design, film, and textiles. He has created works for clients including Vans, Patagonia, Amazon, Google and Apple, and served as art director for Grand Royal Magazine.

Jen Stark’s art is driven by her interest in conceptualising visual systems to stimulate plant growth, evolution, infinity, fractals, mimetic topographies, and sacred geometries. Using available materials — paper, wood, metal, paint — Stark strives to make work that balances on a razor’s edge of optical seduction and perceptual engagement. The resulting works often resemble organic, molecular, cloud-like structures, and are imbued with kinetic, undulating effects that serve to disclose the viewer from staid reality into an immersive ecosphere of echoing patterns and the implausible designs found in nature.

Lisa Perry is a designer based in New York City. In addition to attending the Fashion Institute of Technology majoring in fashion and textiles, Lisa has always had a love of home design. She has also been a collector of vintage couture clothing, furniture, and art with a focus on the 1960s. In early 2007, Lisa created her own lifestyle brand, including women’s and children’s clothing, accessories, and home design. A highlight of Lisa’s work over the years has been to create limited edition fashion and accessory collections in collaboration with an artist or foundation such as Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, and Robert Indiana.

The masks incorporate art, fashion, and practicality by showcasing the works of globally esteemed artists. Spotlighting each artist’s signature styles, all masks are washable, reusable and come with adjustable ear straps, as well as a pouch for replaceable filters. 

“With today’s current climate, wearing a mask is an integral part of both small business and consumers everyday life,” said Marcus Marchant, CEO, Vistaprint Australia. 

“We pride ourselves on the ability to pair high-quality printing with design and customisation. These masks give Australian’s and their businesses the chance to showcase their brand and personality, whilst raising awareness throughout everyday interactions.” 

Vistaprint’s RFS masks have a 3-dimensional chin structure, a bendable nose bridge, and adjustable straps to give your reusable face mask the perfect fit all day long. Designed with wearability in mind, the masks are available in a wide range of colours and prints for both adults and children. Sold separately in packs of ten, filters can be inserted into the RFS masks. Each filter can be used for up to 12 hours.

Note: These masks are not medical devices or personal protective equipment (PPE).]  

Masks from the artist capsule collection are available in adults and kids’ sizes, with prices ranging from $$33.95 -$39.95. 

Once on the landing page, you can click on each artist’s name, shop their designs, and learn more about their work. The artist capsule collection is available via  

The full list of artists who are teaming up with Vistaprint include; assume vivid astro focusBráulio AmadoFabricooFace OkaFutura LaboratoriesGentle ThrillsGeoff McFetridgeJen StarkJennifer DahburaKoralieLisa PerryMichelle HuaSupaKitch and Wokeface


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