These masks come with the fitting adjustable nose wire and 3 layers of fabric for protection.
Please wash the masks prior to use and do not microwave.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Sacramento Costumers is a collective where individuals grow their own brands and work collectively to complete larger projects, such as the opera or masks for the community. People (ages 5-75) learn or hone their skillset, prepare for a career, learn the trade, build their brands find community with sewing, designing, fashion, costuming, and zero waste practices.
Margo Boatwright is a local Sacramento artist finding joy in creating simple yet sustainable soft goods and gifts. Sourcing much of her materials from local businesses, and if not local it is another small business or artisan. Margo became a member of Sacramento Costumers as the Corona Virus pandemic hit and has assisted in creating hundreds of masks for those in need. Proudly made in Sacramento, California out of the Atrium HQ.
Phillis Taylor is a creative who found Sacramento Costumers and the Atrium when her friend and Sacramento Costumer Madge Davis past away, she is a little shy online but always keeps us giggling at the shop.
WHAT IS THE ATRIUM?
This online mask marketplace shopping experience is provided by the nonprofit The Atrium -a Creative Innovation Center for Sustainability. Seeking to build a kind, creative and sustainable future for all. Creatives on this mask marketplace are using the funds raised from these masks to buy supplies to make free masks for those on the front lines and those in need.
Up Kindness, Inc is the 501c3 nonprofit legal entity that houses the Atrium and all its projects.