For the first time ever, Bob Basset presented a collection of masks unified by a common theme.
From March 22 to July 5, 2014, Bob Basset masks will be exhibited at Futur Antérieur/Future Perfect in Hong Kong.
Two masks by Bob Basset will be displayed at Steampunk Art, an exhibition that will take place in Seoul and Beijing.
For the first time ever, Bob Basset has designed an item inspired by a current sociopolitical situation. After protesters clashed with police at the Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti) in Kyiv and many reporters received beatings, the design studio’s cofounder Serhii Petrov responded by crafting the leather “Mask of Maidan.”
After being shown in Paris, the Futur Antérieur/Future Perfect exhibit is going overseas—from September 14 till November 10, 2013, it will be displayed in New York City.
Sid Wilson, the Slipknot turntablist who wears Bob Basset masks as part of his onstage persona, plays the bad guy in Avril Lavigne’s new video for “Rock N Roll.”