Balloon animals beyond the poodle – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

Masayoshi Matsumoto was working as a chemical engineer when he first learned how to make balloon animals. Matsumoto doesn’t use marker pens or tape for details on his creations: every eyeball, feather and claw is made from balloons. Inspired by wildlife photography, his menagerie of creatures includes startlingly detailed hermit crabs, baboons, ants and birds. He says the most difficult animal to make is a pangolin. “Many people imagine a poodle or such when they hear the term balloon art,” he says, “but I would like people to realise that you can create complex works too.”See more at instagram.com/isopresso_balloon

Source: Balloon animals beyond the poodle – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2023/jan/07/balloon-animals-beyond-the-poodle-in-pictures by Alice Fisher (theguardian.com)

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About K. Sis. Nicole T.N. Lasher

Webmatron of ModernTraditional, Africans.live and other cultural and quirky sites. I am one of those odd people born to curate, with a real passion for marketing. If you have some art, music, writing, or other content that needs more love, feel free to contact me. I work on a donate when and what you are able basis. To do so, hit my Paypal or Patreon. Let's survive capitalism together, and try to have some fun confusing the exploitative.

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