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Stars Enroth Joins Glow in Dark Mask Movement

Stars Enroth Joins Glow in Dark Mask Movement

Enroth Glow Mask right sideGetting traded to the Dallas Stars gave Swedish goaltender Jhonas Enroth a chance to work with long-time painter David Gunnarsson of DaveArt again.

It also gave Enroth a chance to join Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop as an NHL goaltender that glows in the dark.

Bishop was the first to use Gunnarsson’s new G.L.O.W Tech FX for a Tron-inspired glow-in-the dark mask, and Enroth has followed suit by having the word “STARS” on either side and the Stars “D” logo on the forehead painted in the same glow-in-the-dark fashion.

The rest of the design is inspired by former New York Rangers great Mike Richter.

“The new mask is a true time machine,” Gunnarsson wrote on his Facebook page. “We travel back in time and the design is created in an old school style, inspired by and also a tribute to one of Jhonas favorite goalies Mike Richter. The design is created in a very crisp and clean style, and it is a time traveller, this mask is old and heavily used … it looks like it has been laying in the attics for decades…. It has lots of old marks and stuff, and even rust around the screws.”

For more of Gunnarsson’s great artwork check out his websiteTwitter feed, and Instagram. In the meantime enjoy some of these close ups of the new mask, courtesy of the Swedish artist:

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Enroth Glow mask left side

Enroth Glow Mask right side


Enroth Glow mask top

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