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by Ryan Nieves
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This face mask is made from 100% polyester and includes two ear loops with adjustable grommets for a comfortable fit.
The printed area of the mask is approximately 7" wide by 5" tall. This mask fits well on adult mens' faces without the grommets but, due to the adjustable grommets, can be worn snuggly by adult women, as well.
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Thought to have been completely hunted down and vanquished in ancient times there has been a modern resurgence of a long forgotten beast from Asia... more
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Thought to have been completely hunted down and vanquished in ancient times there has been a modern resurgence of a long forgotten beast from Asia known as the wereneko. The wereneko are very similar to and are the eastern equivalent of the werewolf. Wereneko like werewolves are humans inflicted by a curse that gives them the ability to shapeshift a half human half beast creature with primal and violent tendencies. The wereneko's origins and the curse itself though generally similar very are much different from those of the werewolf. The curse of the wereneko appeared in ancient times as the result of an encounter with a sort of cat yokai known as the Nekomata who's spirit was believed to possess the body and inflict its victim with the wereneko curse in order to feed again in a physical form. The spirit of a cursed Nekomata sought out mostly females as victims for the curse and would lure them into the mountains where they would be inflicted. Once possessed, inflicted with the curse...
aka Pyramiddhead Ryan Nieves (b. 1993) is an illustrator, fine artist, and writer from Staten Island, NY, USA. Since early childhood Ryan has been drawing, around his freshman of college was he decided he wanted to commit to it. Thought a mostly self taught he received his BFA in art from the College of Staten Island in 2016. A majority of his work explores themes rooted in horror and dark in nature. He was inspired to take this route with his art after discovering the Silent Hill video game series. Ever since he has been creating his pieces, illustrations, and concept art primarily in graphite, a medium he loves and strives to master. Behind most of his work is a short yet elaborate story that illustrates in text the horror,...
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