Amazing Airigami Art

You don’t want it to be pop-ed art…the amazing sculptures made entirely from balloons. From the Mona Lisa to the famous Andy Warhol Campbell’s soup can, all have been recreated in balloon form. The amazing artwork – dubbed ‘Airigami’ – is the brainchild of artist and former street magician Larry Moss. Larry, 40, from New York, USA, decided to take a light-hearted look at some of the world’s most famous ‘serious’ paintings.

You don't want it to be pop-ed art...the amazing sculptures made entirely from balloons. From the Mona Lisa to the famous Andy Warhol Campbell's soup can, all have been recreated in balloon form. The amazing artwork - dubbed 'Airigami' - is the brainchild of artist and former street magician Larry Moss. Larry, 40, from New York, USA, decided to take a light-hearted look at some of the world's most famous 'serious' paintings.

You don't want it to be pop-ed art...the amazing sculptures made entirely from balloons. From the Mona Lisa to the famous Andy Warhol Campbell's soup can, all have been recreated in balloon form. The amazing artwork - dubbed 'Airigami' - is the brainchild of artist and former street magician Larry Moss. Larry, 40, from New York, USA, decided to take a light-hearted look at some of the world's most famous 'serious' paintings.

You don't want it to be pop-ed art...the amazing sculptures made entirely from balloons. From the Mona Lisa to the famous Andy Warhol Campbell's soup can, all have been recreated in balloon form. The amazing artwork - dubbed 'Airigami' - is the brainchild of artist and former street magician Larry Moss. Larry, 40, from New York, USA, decided to take a light-hearted look at some of the world's most famous 'serious' paintings.

You don't want it to be pop-ed art...the amazing sculptures made entirely from balloons. From the Mona Lisa to the famous Andy Warhol Campbell's soup can, all have been recreated in balloon form. The amazing artwork - dubbed 'Airigami' - is the brainchild of artist and former street magician Larry Moss. Larry, 40, from New York, USA, decided to take a light-hearted look at some of the world's most famous 'serious' paintings.