Designer Jon Bausor is releasing limited edition face masks using the artwork from The Grinning Man to raise money for charity.
The masks are being released to coincide with Bristol Old Vic’s online streaming of Carl Grose’s musical.
They have been made by paid freelance costume makers who are out of work due to Covid-19 and printed free of charge by theatrical printers Prompt Side.
All profits will go to the Theatrical Guild, Acting for Others and the Fleabag Support Fund.
Bausor said: “To coincide with the launch of the streaming The Grinning Man show from Bristol Old Vic tonight I am releasing a limited edition of bespoke masks designed by myself using the original artwork I created for the show in aid of charity.
“These quality masks are made for an ethical wage by freelance costume makers who during the unemployment caused by Covid-19, have been volunteering their time to make scrubs for the NHS.”