jyo john mulloor models a set of custom-made human head helmets
all images courtesy of jyo john mulloor
dubai-based digital designer jyo john mulloor has realized a series of helmet designs that appear to leave the human head totally exposed to outdoor elements. the trompe-l’œil effect brings about the illusion that a series of different people with shaved heads are seamlessly integrated into the plush, yet sturdy protective gear. four variations include a motorcycle cap with ears and earrings, a simple bicycle style with shaved brunette hair, and a vintage safety hat with attached goggles stretching over the surface of the skin. although not yet physical objects, mulloor’s ‘custom made helmets’ provide a look at the possibilities of extreme personalization, and would guarantee a double take on the road.
shaved heads are seamlessly integrated into plush, yet sturdy protective gear
a vintage safety hat with attached goggles stretches over the surface of the skin
a simple bicycle-style hemet with shaved brunette hair
the four variations in the series of ‘custom made helmets’
the digital ‘making-of’ process