My kid loves, and I mean loves, balloons. If we are at Disneyland, a school fair, or just at the supermarket, my daughter will beg for a balloon, regardless if it’s a special occasion or not. But what she yearns for are just simple standard balloons; generic orbs of air. The artists of Airigami take this simple object that is a childhood staple and they elevate it into an art form.
Larry Moss and Kelly Cheatle are the masterminds behind Airigami, which “stands at the crossroads of three ancient art forms: sculpture, illustration and origami.” Check out some of their magnificent creations below from homages to masterpieces like the Mona Lisa to balloon versions of fairy tales:
Photo Source: Airigami