When Rankin and Hunger’s Beauty Editor-At-Large Andrew Gallimore team up, chances are you’re going to get something special.

And that’s exactly what happened when the pair once again teamed up for a new take on death masks, inspired by their previous work with death masks during Rankin’s Alive In The Face of Deathexhibition. But instead of being something to commemorate the macabre nature of death, these masks instead hark back to the Mexican Day of the Dead festival, remembering and honouring the dead in an altogether more colourful way than we’re used to seeing in the Western world.