The origin

I wont hide... I've a huge crush on Ghost Face since I was 16. The first mask I've got followed me everywhere: from school to bed. I couldn't stop looking at it. I was in love. The shape, the smell (oh, sweet cinnamon) of it, probably had a major influence on me as the graphic designer I've become.

And, as a lover, now a collector, I've always wondered about the origin of it. Today, R.J. Torbert - directly from China - posted the mother mold of the mask for the fans, like me, to completely geek out:

@RJTorbert"mother" mold on right - 2 on left were done in case problems,+ have been used due 2 volume. Enjoy! Courtesy Fun World

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