Japanese Artist Man Creates Complex Objects out Of Twisted Balloons – Design You Trust

Japanese Artist Man Creates Complex Objects out Of Twisted Balloons

Japanese artist has filmed himself creating complex objects out of twisted balloons.

Ryo Kajiyama, from Japan, spends several hours a day twisting together balloons to create objects such as pots and pans, toilets, staplers and even pistols. Ryo also uses balloons to recreate popular cartoon characters such as Pokemon, Minions and Olaf from Frozen.

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