You’ve had your fun with that Horse Head Mask and even upgraded to a Unicorn Mask once you got bored. Now, it’s time to take it to the next level of creepy. And, I swear, I’ve never really seen a mask that made me cringe the way these Lifelike Baby Masks do.
Made by artist Landom Meier of Hyperflesh, it’s a real mask that depicts the likeness of a bald little baby doing one of his baby faces. The result, though, won’t make you as cute as a baby — instead, you’re more likely to scare little children and have adults calling the asylum about this deranged half-man, half-baby patient that escaped. Or something like that.
The Lifelike Baby Masks come in three designs: Disgusted Baby, Happy Baby and Cry Baby. Described as cinema-quality masks, each one comes with realistic baby features that really make it look like some mad scientist transplanted a baby’s head onto a grown person’s body when you wear it. It’s made from extra-thick latex, with each mask individually handcrafted by the artist to ensure high levels of creepy realism. One size fits all.
Because of the handcrafted nature of each mask, the Lifelike Baby Masks don’t come cheap: each one will damage you a cool $350. If you’re in the market for a seriously creepy mask, though, it’s really going to be hard to top this at the next office costume party. Plus, you can finally fill up your Facebook gallery with baby photos like your friends without actually having a baby.