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Japanese Artist Creates Unbelievable Balloon Sculptures That Resemble Real Animals And Insects (30 New Pics)

Balloons have accompanied all of us during childhood. There was something about them that made them so exciting to hold or play with. But when childhood was over, balloons became nothing more that some pieces of air that nobody really plays with anymore.

Apparently, there are still some people out there who are making the most out of balloons even while being past childhood. Japanese artist Masayoshi Matsumoto is one of them. For over a decade now, Matsumoto has been turning balloons into beautiful intricate sculptures. All he uses are balloons with different colors and nothing else. It takes him about two to six hours for each sculpture, but it’s all worth it in the end.

Scroll down below to see some of his stunning balloon sculptures!

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