Japanese Artist Creates Charming Balloon Sculptures – Design You Trust

Japanese Artist Creates Charming Balloon Sculptures

25-year-old Masayoshi Matsumoto is a Japanese artist that creates incredible animals out of balloons. From birds to insects, the artist’s designs can involve dozens of variously sized balloons in an assortment of shapes.


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