Since the Weekend forecast Trekking with a chance of Drinking vintage shirt and I love this COVID-19 crisis began, DIY face coverings have gone viral. Many have sought out ways to upcycle old clothes into protective gear, and sock masks have become one of the most popular options. It’s an easy project that only requires a spare sock and a pair of scissors — you can find plenty of YouTube tutorials and TikTok how-tos. But leave it to artist Daniel Arsham to take things a step further. As an artist, filmmaker, and one half of architectural collaborative design firm, Snarkitecture, his version of a face covering combined practicality with luxury. Created from a pair of Dior’s Oblique socks, Arsham’s mask was a logomaniac’s dream and is sure to be imitated.
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Arsham has filtered his vision through a fashion lens before, he recently collaborated with Dior’s menswear designer, Kim Jones. The soft pink set in the Weekend forecast Trekking with a chance of Drinking vintage shirt and I love this spring/summer 2020’s men’s collection was designed by Arsham, complete with a take on the house’s logo that looked like it was made of crumbling stone. And even though the sock mask is a trend, it’s more in line with Arsham’s work than it may seem at first glance. Arsham is perhaps best known for his series, Future Relics, which repurposes common objects that have become obsolete—cassette tapes, landline telephones, Polaroid cameras—by casting them in plaster, volcanic ash, or resin. Frozen in time, they became artifacts of modernity and quotidien objects became art.