Jonas HIller Stadium Series Mask (11 of 11)Anaheim Ducks star Jonas Hiller has an eye-catching new mask for the upcoming Stadium Series game against the Los Angeles Kings.

The custom-made RXS Falcon Hiller Edition mask was created by Hiller’s long-time mask maker Alec Voggel of Airxess in his native Switzerland.

Playing off the bright orange uniforms that the Ducks will wear in the outdoor game at Dodgers Stadium, Hiller’s new mask is sure to stand out, even from a distance.

“For such events it’s essentially to create a design that really pops out,” Voggel wrote on the Airxess website. “Hiller fans, and meanwhile also ours, are always expecting something extraordinary.”

That’s always been the case with Hiller’s masks from Airxess, including the awesome 2011 Movember mask and the more recent Mighty Ducks 20th Anniversary mask, both of which debuted at The Goalie Guild website.

This time, Voggel decided to take apart the Stadium Series logo and place the single pieces all over the mask, while also integrating Ducks logos in mirror gold, all coming together in a sharp looking matt finish.

Enjoy more close up photos, courtesy of Voggel and Airxess, below, and for more great masks be sure check out their website, Facebook page, and Twitter feed:

 

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10 Responses to Hiller’s Stadium Series Mask Sure to Stand Out

  1. Mike says:

    That is a goofy mask, and I applaud it. Sort of Pop Art, like a Warhol Campbell soup can or a classic design like STP motor oil or something.
    Funny how goalies’ masks are supposed to be an expression of their individuality, but frankly, their is a kind of an orthodoxy to today’s paint jobs. They are very well done and very nice, but pretty much look the same, a variation on the same set of themes and techniques.
    Hiller is the only guy who seems to just say WTF, I can do anything here on this thing on my head. I really don’t like the gold and matte black mask he usually wears, but I give him credit for doing it his own way.

  2. DSM says:

    Airxess = flat paint and stickers.

  3. Paul Ipolito says:

    I really like the “less is more” approach. If this trend continues, we will soon have masks that resemble the generic food box labels. I’m picturing a yellow mask with “GOALIE MASK” stenciled on it.

  4. Cynthia Brown says:

    I beats that ugly sweater they’re wearin but, it’s a little unimaginative.

  5. Warren Shapiro says:

    This mask is okay . It’s too plain . I thought maybe he use his teams logo would make it clearer. I feel it’s to generic. I know it’s the stadium series. You don’t have to advertise it. The head plate is nice. Otherwise I wish Hiller good luck.

  6. Js says:

    Freaking SICK … this dude rocks! ALL the Hiller mask are amazing specially the ALL mat black that Hiller used to wear for Anaheim ….

    Look at his Switz mask for Sochi http://www.airxess.ch/masken/geschichte-hockey-goalie-masken-e-history.php

  7. Matt says:

    It’s orange but I love how simple it is other than that. No demons, no complex designs, just a few simple team related images… I love the job the guys over at Airxess do for Hiller, he has the best masks in the show.

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