William Rockwell (Rockwell Masks) Models: Kaleesi Marie,Kelsey Rose Siegfried & Santana Padilla.
When you wear a mask, you can instantly become more free to be yourself. This is especially true when others don’t know that it is you behind the mask. We all wear masks that hide who we really are, our inner demons and secrets, our personal embarrassments, and even our dreams and aspirations out of fear for what another might think or how they might react. When you wear a Rockwell mask, the hope is that you can take off your other metaphorical masks, and just be you. The you that no one else gets to see. The you that you hide away in a drawer hoping no one will see. For it is this you that is most beautiful and precious.
The second element displaying freedom is the freedom of flight. I can think of no more free an animal than the bird. Many birds have the freedom to be where they want, when they want. They can walk or hop to a location nearby, fly to a location many miles away, or in some cases even swim. No plane tickets, no need for gas. No need to let an employer know or get schedules in order. A bird doesn’t have to worry about these things. So I present to you a variety of bird-based designs.
If a wearer of a Rockwell mask can even feel a fraction of the freedom that a bird gets to experience, it is a great success for me.