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Stylish Face Masks from Street to Stage

Masks may not be a fashion accessory but you can still look good in them. Striving to be more eco-conscious, SRT collaborated with well-known award-winning graphic artist Theseus Chan and graphic designer/illustrator Dawn Tan to create limited edition SRT-branded face masks that are aesthetically pleasing and comfortable to wear.

By buying these reusable masks, you not only do your part for the environment, but also support SRT as we continue our efforts in the arts industry. 

Additional features:

  • All Day Comfort: Additional hook to tighten the masks behind your head
  • Convenient Filter Pocket: Accommodates a wide variety of filters to keep you safe
  • Adjustable: Adjustable ear loops and nose bridge for the perfect snug

S$20 for a set of two designs (U.P. $25). Excludes cost of delivery by post.


Product Details:

The FACEWEAR face mask is produced with sustainable materials under ethical conditions (SA-8000 certified). FACEWEAR is constructed according to the guidelines of WHO and certified by CEN and ilac-MRA. In both categories, filtration, and breathability, FACEWEAR reached the highest score.

  • Combination of ear loops and nose bridge makes it easily adjustable to fit any shape and/or size (even kids)
  • Additional head hook as an option for those wearing eyeglasses, so they do not strain their eyes and for those wearing hijab
  • Fabric is lightweight, soft, and flexible thus giving enough breathing room for the wearer without the feel of suffocation after prolonged use

Care for your face masks:

  • Wash your face mask before use and after use
  • The masks can be washed in washing machines by up to 60 degree without fading any color but killing bacteria
  • Let it air-dry
  • The mask can be washed up to 40 times

*Remember to use clean hands to handle the masks

About the Designers

Theseus Chan is a renowned Singaporean graphic artist with a strong interest in materials and printing technology. His studio, WORK, had him working with some of the world’s most exciting brands while his publication, WERK Magazine has garnered international acclaim. He was conferred Designer of the Year at the inaugural President’s Design Award Singapore in 2006 and in 2015, he became the only Singaporean to be elected as a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI). He is a multiple British D&AD Pencil winner. Some of his collaborators include Rei Kawakubo, and Gerhard Steidl. Chan was one of four overseas artists, along with 16 Japanese artists, selected to produce artworks for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Dawn Tan is a Singaporean graphic designer passionate about design and illustration. She aspires to create artwork that inspires and invokes joy in their simplistic way. She does illustrations and simple motion graphics leisurely and have since let this passion lead the way.