|Youth||4 ¼ – 4 ½||10.9 – 11.7|
|S||4 ⅝ – 5||11.8 – 12.7|
|M||5 ⅛ – 5 ½||12.8 – 13.9|
|L||5 ⅝ – 6 ⅛||14 – 15.4|
Wynwood Walls has teamed up with The Apparel Limited and enro to produce sixteen custom artist inspired and created designs by 13 Street Artist. Participating artist include AIKO, ABSTRK, BIO, DAN KITCHENER, DAZE, ERNESTO MARANJE, PICHIAVO, QUEEN ANDREA, JOE IURATO KELSEY MONTAGUE, PETER TUNNEY, & SEN2. This is simply the best quality mask on the market now paired with world class art.
About the Mask
Reusable, Breathable, Filtration layer, Machine wash / Tumble Dry, Anti-microbial finish on fabric, Water Repellent, 3D Comfort fit with adjustable ear loops.
Outer Layer: 100% polyester treated with SILVADUR™ antimicrobial and water repellent finishes
Filter Layer: Melt Blown Polypropylene (MBPP)
Inner Layer: 100% cotton treated with SILVADUR™ antimicrobial finish
Ear Loop: 80% nylon, 20% spandex
Stopper: 100% TPE
Nose Bridge: 35% Iron + 65% PE
For over 70 years, TAL Apparel has been the pioneer in manufacturing garments; creating processes and supply chain solutions, tailored to the exact needs of our customers. Today, we are the world leader in producing technologically advanced garments that combine superior styles, comfort and functionality. Pioneering innovation, perfecting the art. TAL Apparel elevates science to an art form, simply the art of innovation.
About the Artist
Graffiti legend Chris Ellis, aka Daze, began painting trains in the South Bronx in 1977. He remembers the colorful masterpieces from that time, the excitement behind the color and the impression they produced. His graffiti led to being included in Martha Cooper’s street art bible
Subway Art and cult graffiti films such as Style Wars and Spray Can Art. He is also known for being one of the first writers to successfully transition from painting trains to painting canvases.
Daze has contributed two murals to the Wynwood Walls including one inside the Wynwood Doors. He is very proud to be part of the exhibit: “You look at the level of quality within the work-it’s like an arena of art where you go in and if you’re going to do something, you look at what everybody else did and you’ve got to do something that holds up to that work.”