Since the beginning, theater conventions in both West and Asia embraced masks as a standout among the most vital props that could be utilized in front of an audience, frequently making plays that were completely acted by masked on-screen characters. The most prominent case of this methodology was conceived in antiquated Greece, particularly the state-city of Athens where culture, verse, and workmanship were esteemed as an imperative establishment of day by day lives.
A mask successfully delivers the thought and feeling that the artist is trying to convey through the script. At the same time, the dramatist has the liberty to be expressionless during his act. Keeping this in mind, Jonathan Becker, a sculpting artist, created this unique Angel Helmet, which has a captivating look, making it seem like it reflects what you are from within. Add it to your list of collectibles and bring your passion for theater to life with the Angel Helmet.