Toronto Classic Skyline Face Mask | Toronto Classic Skyline Face Covering
Here is a beautiful Toronto Classic Skyline Face Mask. This face covering is made using the well-known artwork by artist David Crighton. This was the first Toronto Skyline that David created for a convention for the Institute of Chartered Accountants back in the 90's It features the fabulous Toronto Skyline with the CN Tower and Skydome (as it's affectionately called in The 6ix). This colorful vintage art print of our waterfront with a lot fewer condos makes a style and fashion statement that will get you noticed!
HINT: Pair it with a Matching Tote Bag!
Celebrate We The North!
THIS LISTING IS FOR THE FACE MASK ONLY.
Now that Face Masks are here to stay, consider our other products to add to your unique bohemian style. Show us your boho by adding different city art print products that you can mix and match or put together a fun gift package for someone special. Consider adding a matching tote bag or notebook to your order. Visit our Sassy City Shop to see more great boho art products.
Size: 7x3.5 inch
Materials: Front is Spun Polyester; Back is Microfiber lined
Estimated production time: 3-5 business days (Due to Covid-19 orders take longer than usual. I will let you know when you order the expected production time).
Shipping: Estimate 1-3 Days - COVID Shipping - 1 week
Print Technique: Dye Sublimination
- Adjustable ear loops for a snug fit
- Flexible metal nosepiece
- HD print of your photo or a choice of designs
- Outer layer: 100% polyester
- Inner layer: 100% cotton
Care: Machine Wash, Cold Water, Gentle Cycle, Do Not Bleach, Tumble Dry Low, Do Not Iron
Legal disclaimer: The cover is not intended to act as a medical device or other medical product, and should not be used as a replacement for conventional and approved personal protective equipment, including surgical masks or respirators. No warranties, either express or implied, are hereby given that the cover will prevent infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases. The cover is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter, you should always consult a doctor or other healthcare provider.