Handcrafted masks made from kids illustrating unknown animals were thrown out of a kindergarten school and rescued by ntilit. The found masks have been the primary inspiration for this work, since ntilit found them thrown next to a garbage bin and collected them with the intention to re-use them. Eventually these masks lead her to the ANIMA collection of wearable sculptures that challenge the nature of human body. Anthropomorphic archetypes blend with elements borrowed from the animals kingdom and the unconscious human mind.