Balloon sculptures by Hans Hemmert.
The picture featuring a woman crossing arms, standing in front of the huge yellow balloon, absolutely needs an Unhappy Hipsters’ caption.
Love it; I laughed out loud at this comment.
haha yea so good
“i want to expand with you in abstract angles”
lol hipsters. tank is sexy though
I get it
the kids stomp out the tank
I wonder how long it took for those balloons to deflate….
I would love to see this in real life. I think its amazing
my god; the tank is the best sculpture if seen this faar; what an idea
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It’s quite impressive the contradiction between the balloons and a symbol of violence.
And somebody spend hours mounting all these balloons so neatly :)
I imagine the movement of the balloons in real life would be quite amazing. They intrude upon the space while maintaining that light and delicate feeling.
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Love how the sculpture evolves over time. Thinkin’ in 4D.
The ones with the huge yellow balloon really intrigue me.
i imagine the giant yellow balloons would be incredible in real life
This is awesome! Although I wouldn’t understand why someone would want one in their home. Haha.
This so reminds me of Stephan Sagmiester’s work.
this guy is fantastic. I especially love the bottom pics with the large yellow balloon.
this is an old one – i saw this set lest year
Six and eight remind me of thos blobby characters… I think they were called Barba Papa (Poppa?) or something.
whoa, OLDDDDD, i remember this like 2-3 yrs ago!! wowzers!still love it though! the colors make me so happy!
i love when people make comments like this! this site didn’t exist 3 yrs ago so am i allowed to make up for lost time? haha
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this is the first time ive seen this and its awesome!
i hope ellie and dan will forgive me for being so behind the times, but i live in australia and we only got the internet here 3 weeks ago; thanks jeff :)
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Reminds me of the inflatable trash bag sculptures in New York, funny how progress in art is relative to when you see it–not when it’s made.
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Balloon’s make me nervous, but this is really cool.
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