Allee Willis’ Kitsch O’ The Day – 1960′s Artist Beard and Mustache Disguise


I can’t imagine that many people working at Bayshore Industries, the company responsible for this follilicular fun for the face, knew many actual artists to pattern their work after. Not only is it a mix of stereotypical arty types – 1950′s bearded beatnik above the neck and 1960′s flower power below – it appears the designers had little regard for what artists have to say as they forgot to leave a hole for the mouth.



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One Comment

  • Ludovicah says:

    I guess one of its flame retardant properties was in that it prevented the wearer from smoking at all.
    This’d make a spectacular comedy merkin!

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