Face shields are full-face clear plastic protection designed to be worn in tandem with a mask. They are complex constructions that can be difficult to find. Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka created a simple, easy-to-make face shield held in place with ordinary eyewear. Worn with a mask, it gives an added measure of protection against Covid-19. The 1-minute video will convince you just how easy to make it is.

The template is available for download here.  Simply print out the template, place on top of a clear plastic sheet (even a clear plastic binder would work), cut along the guidelines and attach to your glasses.

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Tokujin Yoshioka 
Tokujin Yoshioka 

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