Masayoshi Matsumoto, a remarkable Japanese balloon artist has made another name for himself. He’s back with even more incredibly intricate balloon animals and insect designs.
“I started making these seven years ago, I was really inspired by wildlife pictures and wanted to see if I could create realistic animals of my own,” Matsumoto told Metro.
His pieces take the self-taught artist a minimum of two hours to complete and more complex project last up to six.
All of his work becomes even more stunning when you realize that Matsumoto doesn’t use markers, stickers or any other supplementary material.
His multi-colored animal kingdom is made purely out of blowing and twisting balloons.
Japanese Artist Masayoshi Matsumoto Creates Unbelievable Balloon Animals