These non-medical grade masks are made of a single layer of 3-ply knitted microfiber fabric consisting of 91% Polyester + 9% Polyurethane, and feature the artwork of Ojibwe artist Donald Chretien. Each package comes with one of each of the following designs:
- Earth Mother
- Hummingbird Whisperer
- Little Moose
- Water is Life
The stories behind the artwork are shown below.
These masks have the following features:
- Quick dry
- Lightweight and comfortable
- Stretches to fit most faces
Please note, these masks are made of a single layer of fabric and are not able to accommodate a filter. Fabric is made in Korea and art is designed in Canada. Masks should be washed after each use.
These NON medical grade masks are in no way a replacement for Social Distancing and Hand Washing. They are not intended to be a replacement for medical grade PPE and no claims are being made that they are. It is advisable to wash this mask before using as well as after wearing.
Due to hygiene concerns these are FINAL SALE
When wearing cloth masks be sure to:
- Wash hands before placing mask on your face
- To remove, pull on the band behind one ear and 'peel' off across your face. If you can't wash right away, place mask in an area that can be sanitized later
- Wash mask in soap and warm water and hang to dry
- Wash your hands after touching or removing your worn mask
Discounts are not currently applicable on this item.
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Earth Mother - Mizzu-kummik-quae
The Earth is our mother and provides sustenance. She is our teacher, constantly nurturing, telling and showing us what we need to know. Water is her life blood. It nourishes her, and purifies her. From her breath grows the tree of life. Our ancestors as learners had but to open their eyes and ears and all their senses to the teachings of the land to take into their beings what lessons earth mother had to impart.
A fire burns inside all of us. The hummingbirds fire burns very bright. The bird clans are those who speak for others, the hummingbird whispers.
Little Moose - Moozoons
The Anishinaabe consider moose to be good omens. Dreaming about moose indicated good things to come.
Water is Life
A reminder of the importance of water for the continuity of all life on earth, and future generations to come.
- Donald Chretien