Monday, November 9, 2009


Frame Someone With Fake Face

BEAVERTON, Ore. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – You could get away with theft if you have a realistic-looking face mask.

So says John Keaton, of That’s My Face, a company that creates exact 3-D replicas of people’s faces that can be mounted as art or made into a mask.

The masks are so true to life that someone could rob a bank and not be identified.

Keaton explains, “I’m not saying people should rob banks, but if they did they’d probably get away with it. It would be great publicity for us too. To clarify, we’re not condoning bank robbing.”

For those who’d rather use the masks as art instead of a criminal accessory, Keaton assures that having one made is much cheaper than commissioning an artist to make a bust.

He says buyers can even add a wig to theirs and it would “be just like having your own Madame Tussaud’s wax sculpture.”

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