Duck face death mask | Planned sculpture

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Death Mask

A death mask is a likeness of a person's face after their death. Death masks may be mementos of the dead, or be used for creation of portraits.

The main purpose of the death mask from the Middle Ages until the 19th century was to serve as a model for sculptors in creating statues and busts of the deceased person. In the 1800s death masks became valued for themselves.


Duck Face

Duck face is a photographic pose, which is well known on profile pictures in social networks. Lips are pressed together as in a pout and often with simultaneously sucked in cheeks. The pose is most often seen as an attempt to appear alluring, but also as a self-deprecating, ironic gesture making fun of the pose.

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duck face death mask

The Duck Face Death Mask is a planned large scale sculpture to represent the Face of the Time we live in.