The official Instagram page of John Lennon has shared rare known masks of John Lennon and Yoko Ono and touched upon to COVID-19 in these rough times.
In the caption of the post, the admin of the page revealed that the famous artist George Maciunas designed these masks of John and Yoko in 1970, and they were made to be worn at the ‘Grapefruit Fluxbanquet’ party.
However, most of the fans shared their reactions in the comment section and stated that they could have worn these products to protect themselves from the danger of the coronavirus.
Here is what admin of the page wrote:
“John Lennon mask designed by George Maciunas, 1970.
This mask and a similar Yoko Ono mask were designed to be worn by participants who were invited to ‘come as John & Yoko’ at the opening ‘Grapefruit Fluxbanquet’ party for the ‘John & Yoko Fluxfest +’ Fluxus art festival.”
A fan named Tim added this comment:
“The Yoko mask would keep the COVID-19 away.”
Another fan named Merle said:
“Can I please have a mask for Corona with their faces on?😂🙈”
You can check out the post below.
View this post on Instagram
MASK, 1970 John Lennon mask designed by George Maciunas, 1970. This mask and a similar Yoko Ono mask were designed to be worn by participants who were invited to 'come as John & Yoko' at the opening 'Grapefruit Fluxbanquet' party for the 'John & Yoko Fluxfest +' Fluxus art festival. #fluxfest #georgemaciunas #mask #facemask #fluxhouse #fluxbanquet