Mar 19, 2021

These biodegradable face masks turn into flowers when you plant them

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What a beautiful idea.

A woman from the Netherlands has come up with an innovative alternative design for a face mask. Marianne de Groot-Pons, a graphic designer living and working in Utrecht, has created 100% biodegradable masks made out of rice paper and embedded with flower seeds. Once you’ve gotten enough wear out of it, you simply plant the mask and wait for the flowers to grow.

What a lovely take on an object which has become a daily essential in our lives.

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