This weekend at Palefest in Chillicothe, OH, you're in for a spine-tingling treat as Slipknot's drummer Jay Weinberg unveils a trio of macabre masks. These eerie creations, known as The End, So Far masks, are not only made from Weinberg's original mask mold but have also been inked by the renowned tattoo artist, Paul Booth.
For those who crave a one-of-a-kind experience, this Friday, October 13, at the Elks Lodge in Chillicothe, you can witness these unique masks up close and personal during Weinberg's in-person signing event at Palefest. On top of that you'll have the chance to gaze upon Weinberg's personal collection of stage-worn Slipknot masks and coveralls.The masks are for auction on eBay, each one signed by both Jay Weinberg and Paul Booth. They can be shipped anywhere in the world, and the net proceeds from the auction will go to benefit MusicCares, a worthy cause that supports musicians in need.
Jay Weinberg himself had this to say about the unique project: "Paul's artwork and tattooing speaks for itself, and his presence within our community of music, art, and creativity is that of a true icon. It's an honor to collaborate together with The House Of Masks to bring these tattooed masks to life."
Paul Booth also chimed in: "I had a lot of fun working on this project. Tattooing silicone has its challenges, but the end results really made it worth it! I look forward to seeing them in action."
AJ Good, from The House Of Masks, shared his enthusiasm: "Working with a hero is one thing, but working with two heroes on a single project that combines so many of your passions is a completely different level. I'm honored to have been a part of these two worlds colliding, Paul being my favorite tattooer for the entirety of my life, and Jay being my favorite drummer. Seeing these two mediums clash just feels right, and the outcome speaks for itself!"
Place your bid on these one-of-a-kind masks, and be a part of a unique collaboration that will send shivers down your spine, all while supporting a great cause.