A new way of making masks that filter out pollutants is by printing them in 3D, which J-CAD printing has done with the genius idea from Stacie Vos the designer. The masks that look like Origami make the old ones look much more fashionable and friendly. I would definitely buy one of these masks once they become much more affordable in price. There is a kickstarter campaign going on right now to raise money to make them more affordable. It would be great to see these 3D masks all over the world since they not only help with air quality but also with other allergens that people may have. Make sure to stop by original page to learn more about the masks and their history, as well as support their kickstarter campaign if your interested in contributing.