HOW IT WORKS
Masks range from $450 to $650, based on amount of detail involved. Begin the process by filling out the no-obligation Order Form. The form gives me all the info I need to get an idea for your job and also to keep the job organized. I can give you an estimate off the form info. I can give you a quote from an approved design sketch.
I take $25 deposit, which you can pay right in the order form, to start your design sketch. You can revise as needed until it is just how you want it. Then you can ship the mask if you do not need it or we can come up with a date to ship the mask if you need to wear it now. I post progress pics on the Macmasks Facebook page as I go. I can also email pics directly to you if you prefer. You can make payments any time you like. Your balance just has to be paid in-full before it ships back to you. Ask for current wait times as this will vary with my workload.
Don McClelland, a life-long Chicago area resident, grew up on the city’s south side with a passion for art. He used his talents to attend Bradley University and graduate in1995 with a degree in Graphic Design.
Across nearly 20 years of experience, including seven years as a designer and Senior Art Director for the Chicago Wolves Hockey Team and more than ten as designer and Creative Services Manager with Chicagoland Speedway®, McClelland has honed his skills designing trade show displays, sales merchandise, outdoor signage, fleet graphics, logos, print advertisement, direct mail and more.
Since 1999, Don’s own company, Macmasks.com, combines his love of art with his favorite sport – ice hockey. Macmasks.com has provided custom-airbrushed hockey goalie masks for all levels of hockey players, from youth and beer league to the NHL, AHL, NCAA, Television and even the Chicago White Sox for between-innings promotions. His painted Chicago Wolves masks can be seen on display at Haray Caray’s restaurants throughout Chicagoland. Perhaps more importantly, still being an active goaltender, his work can been seen protecting his own head when he takes the ice in those late hours of the evening at the local ice arena.