No matter how much time and energy it took to build up a steady (if motley) rotation of face masks, there’s a good chance you’re itching to throw yours in the trash. But some might be worth hanging on to in the far-off, post-pandemic future; what might now seem like a bleak talisman of 2020 might later seem like a work of art. At this point in the pandemic, it seems like every major artist has designed a face mask. And luckily, more and more keep doing so, because they always seem to sell out—or resell for $650 on eBay, like editions of Ai Weiwei’s “Mask With Middle Finger.” The August and September batches of artist-made masks are (currently) much cheaper. And Wedel Art Collective, a nonprofit fundraiser formed in response to the pandemic, plans to donate the proceeds of its $40 Rashid Johnsons and Jenny Holzers to the WHO and two artist relief charities. If the election is on your mind, consider Artists Band Together. The “pro-democracy political rebellion” is helping get out the vote with $35 bandannas by Barbara Kruger, Luchita Hurtado, and Marilyn Minter. Here are 15 of the latest artist-made, reusable options, including a riff on Minter’s notorious “Resist” flag, which once mysteriously disappeared from the skyline when Trump came to town.