Over the past few months, we’ve seen several companies shift their focus in the face of the global pandemic we’re facing. Today we get a look as the multifaceted brand, and creative agency (multee)project is getting in the action. Today the brand returns to unveil new face masks to help fight the coronavirus outbreak. (multee)project’s new masks are created in their local, family-run factory in downtown Los Angeles.
The company is offering both standard-sized and mini masks, which are fully lined with 100 percent cotton, water and dirt repellent, and machine washable. Offered in black or gray, the masks are also constructed with self-cleaning NanoSphere. This high-performance technology from Schoeller Textiles is breathable and has a 4-way stretch. The NanoSphere features nanoparticles that form a fine structure on the surface of the masks, assisting with contact area, and reducing adhesion. The mask also features nose clips and elastic bands around the ears provide comfort and adjustability, while even boasting an internal pocket to add a filter for added protection.
Twenty percent of proceeds will go towards #GetUsPPE, a coalition mobilized to address the PPE shortage while aiming to provide more aid to frontline workers. The standard and mini masks are available to purchase now and can be found on (multee)project’s website. Check out the face masks in the images and get yours today! In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more lifestyle and health news coming very soon.
Photos via (multee)project