Files for my make of Jtm's model. I wanted a version without the eyes, for use as a wearable mask. The holes can be covered with reflective see-through film. Also, printing the mask in one piece is possible if your print volume is big enough, but it is far less precarious and wasteful to split it up into parts to minimize the amount of support required. The parts can be very carefully joined using IPS Weld-On #4 or similar plastic solvent, or cyanoacrylate glue.
The print in the photo has the mask split below the eyes, while these models have that split at the level of the inner corner of the eyes; I think that would print better.
I've included my sliced models and also the complete eyeless model. Print the bottom-most piece upside down to reduce support for the nose.
(Jtm included a no-derivatives clause in his license, but I asked for permission in his comments. Any attributions should go to him.)
Used meshmixer to remove the eyes, cleaned it up through the netfabb cloud service, and used netfabb basic for the slicing. It handled the random internal geometry better than chopping it up with meshmixer.