Art & Design
“Freedom to Move” Project Brings Cultural Identity to Mask Designs
“Freedom to Move” was a joint effort between Lexus, partner of the annual Design Miami art show, and artists Tosin Oshinowo and Chrissa Amuah. Oshinowo, a Nigeria-based architectural designer and Amuah, a U.K.-based textile designer, created the detailed face masks using their artistic inclination with help from technology like 3D printing. The project celebrates west African design and history through a contemporary lens.
Continue on for a look at the masks from the inspiring “Freedom to Move” project.