Couple with traditional Devil, or Oni-masks. Devil masks serve two purposes; the first, to portray the devil and create disasters or cause the plague, and conversely they are used to ward off evil spirits (As Fierce God Style). Used in Noh, Kabuki, and in celebration. Often handed down from generation to generation. There are variations on the devil mask, a well known one being the Hannya (般若) mask of Noh theater, representing a jealous female demon or serpent.

Couple with traditional Devil, or Oni-masks. Devil masks serve two purposes; the first, to portray the devil and create disasters or cause the plague, and conversely they are used to ward off evil spirits

Oni Mask, Jérôme huvelle on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/Bv1xm

Oni Mask, Jérôme huvelle on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/Bv1xm

An original design by Wiremonk, this white polyurethane half mask is ready for painting, costuming, or display.  Can be worn or displayed. Does not

White Oni Mask Blank DIY Cast Urethan Plastic Original Design By Wiremonk

More incredible work from artist Aso Keiji (@asokeiji) with his traditional Hannya masks. -- #hannya #samurai #japan #oni #Mask #sculpt #demon #sculpture #creature #monster #cosplay #manga #Masks

More incredible work from artist Aso Keiji (@asokeiji) with his traditional Hannya masks. -- #hannya #samurai #japan #oni #Mask #sculpt #demon #sculpture #creature #monster #cosplay #manga #Masks

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