It’s now compulsory for people in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland to wear face coverings when using public transport and it’s about to become compulsory in shops (it already is in Scotland).
Additionally, the World Health Organisation is recommending that people wear non-medical face coverings in workplaces where it is difficult to social distance.
This is a fairly major step change for many of us used to being mask free – although we have all seen images from Asia where people have used masks for a long time due to air pollution, for example.
There are plenty of disposable masks around, but we decided to pitch in with our very own Diespeker design. There was no contest with the choice of fabric – it just had to be the eponymous TE007, one of our most successful terrazzo offerings.
So we sourced a supplier who was able to embroider our logo on the mask. The 007 masks have now arrived and we think they look great – MD John Krause loves his! We’re delighted to offer these masks to our clients and friends.
The first 100 to order will be FOC. Just pop us an email with your request for your mask (one only please) and your address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Diespeker also ordered a batch of branded masks for our supported charity, stem4. If you’d like to make small donation to stem4 in return for your mask that would be greatly appreciated. You can make a donation here.
If you have to wear a mask for travelling, shopping or working, why not do it terrazzo-style. Keep safe out there!