All Eyes On Your Disguise: The Best Halloween Masks from the Net (Part 1)

All Eyes On Your Disguise: The Best Halloween Masks from the Net (Part 1)

The best advice about tattoos goes, “Good tattoos ain’t cheap, and Cheap tattoos ain’t good.” Well the same can be said about Halloween masks. There’s a certain degree of artistry that goes into crafting something that can be truly terrifying, truly realistic, but more importantly truly worth your hard earned dollars.

Here is the first in a series of some hardworking studios turning out some quality masks for this Halloween season. For your enjoyment is a small sample of their offerings for all your Trick or Treat needs.

Cemetery Gate Productions have some fine masks that can usually be shipped out within a week. The cut-off for Halloween orders is October 22nd for U.S. customers.

Death Studios is a bit more gore-centric with their craftsmanship. They have plenty of fun designs and props as well.

Lubatti Designs Unlimited has some seriously slick designs. A majority of their masks are offered as wearable or as sculpted busts for display.

Stay tuned as I feature more fun spots to cover your face. I hope this starts to put you all in the mood for All Hallow’s Eve…

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Born in the steel scrap-yards of Lorain, Ohio, Zach Shildwachter is a VHS Vagabond wandering the Cleveland landscape in search of the perfect Horror movie and Banana flavored snacks in preparation for the Zombie Apocalypse. Until the Dead walk, our Hero remains an Aspiring Filmmaker, Compulsive Writer, Self-taught Artist, and amateur Super-Hero.

4 Responses to “All Eyes On Your Disguise: The Best Halloween Masks from the Net (Part 1)”

  1. Love this article! I knew Cemetery but not the other two. Can’t wait to see what the other are.

  2. One of my favorite topics… really wish I had the money to invest in collecting. The tattoo parlor I work in is getting ready to remodel the interior and we’re going with a nice horror theme. lots of props and masks(and what we don’t use may come home with me)
    This is a nice look at some great companies. Good work Zach.

  3. Fabulous masks I have not seen these before, they look great quality!

  4. I desperately need that Cropsy mask.

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