Antonius Oki Wiriadjaja, 38, is a multimedia artist based in New York City, New York. He is also known as Foodmasku, which is a dual-language pun; In Bahasa Indonesia and Javanese, Food - mas - ku can also mean “Food of my brother.”
He is a former Fulbright U.S. Scholar in Indonesia and also a survivor of a shooting in his neighborhood in New York City which inspired his advocacy for gun violence prevention.
He created the Instagram account Foodmasku — face masks made from meals eaten during COVID-19 self-isolation — after seeing a fellow artist wear a pickle face filter during a zoom meeting. A single piece of kale on his face turned into a daily food face-mask selfie. The project was selected by The New York Times as one of "five art accounts to follow on Instagram now" and he has been minting his work as non-fungible tokens since March of 2021.