Samuel Masters for Art-Sheep

All kids love balloons. But even more than plain old ordinary balloons, kids love balloon animals. They are what it takes to whip a children’s party up to a frenzy, until, of course, they pop and the initial magic dissolves into tears of bitter regret. In the case of Japanese Masayoshi Matsumoto‘s balloon animals, however, all that drama is left behind as his creations are made to be exhibited, rather than to be played with.

The Japanese balloon artist creates the most intricate, colourful balloon animals, detailed in a way truly amazing, but the thing that is the most unbelievable is that the Tokyo Institute of Technology graduate, uses nothing more to make them than multicoloured balloons. Indeed, who wouldn’t cry if such a piece of art was ever to pop?


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