NEW RELEASE: #Tutbebombin (King Tut Gas Mask) Lace Locks now available on FREEHANDPROFIT.BIGCARTEL.com

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Today I’m proud to release the newest cast resin lace locks, the Tutbebombin Locks. Unlike the ScarabLocks, KryptoLocks or even the Sneaker Gas Mask Locks, these are the 1st lace locks to be based off one of my favorite Guerrilla Art Squadron designs. Believe it or not they’re also the first lace locks to utilize new 3D printing technology. Tutbebombin, a 2D vector design that I created was passed on to the talented @automake3d who created a digital 3D model of the mask and then printed prototypes of the piece with a 3D printer. From there I created a silicone mold which enabled us (Betsy & I) to cast the piece in beautiful colored resins. Don’t wait, they took months to develop and are not easy to make. They won’t be around forever. More colors on the way but don’t sleep! – Freehand Profit

CLICK HERE TO GRAB YOURS or GO TO FREEHANDPROFIT.BIGCARTEL.COM

*RELEASE DAY INFO: “SAMPLES” ARE AVAILABLE AND SHIP OUT IN 2-3 DAYS. WHEN THOSE ARE SOLD OUT YOU CAN PRE-ORDER. PRE-ORDERS SHIP NO LATER THAN 12/14.

If you don’t see the option it’s sold out.

SOLD IN PAIRS. AVAILABLE IN 2 SIZES

LARGE measures about 1 1/4″ wide by 2″ tall

SMALL* measures about 1″ wide by 1 1/2″ tall

Inspired by one of history’s most infamous kings, the young warrior pharaoh of Ancient Egypt rises in the form of artisan lace locks by Freehand Profit.

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Based off Freehand Profit’s Guerrilla Art Squadron design, the Tut G.A.S. Mask earned the nickname “Tutbebombin”. Check out the #Tutbebombin hashtag on Instagram!

Made from hand cast resin, the lace locks are sturdy but not indestructible. We drop em and rough em up to make sure they hold up to wear. These are collectible art pieces that can be worn as lace locks, treat them with care and they’ll keep your kicks looking royal for year.

Ever want to clean your Freehand Profit lace locks? We wash ours with the Jason Markk treatment, a good scrub won’t hurt the resin or color!

One Comment Add yours

  1. 10v20 says:

    Rolling around in my art blog and decided to look around and see what else I might find.. guess who I found! Love your stuff bro. Following you!
    Jet
    “Speak Out With Your Geek Out!”

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