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Optimus Prime Balloon Animal Sculpture Soon to be Defeated by Decepticon Named “Pin”

by Paul Strauss

Actually, I’m not sure you can actually refer to a Transformer as a balloon “animal”, so we’ll just call him a balloon robot from here on.  This 7-foot tall, 5-foot wide Optimus Prime was made from over 500 balloons.

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Balloon sculptor HappyCabbie first made a Megatron sculpture a couple of years back, but it looks like decided his Transformer balloon robot army wouldn’t be complete without good old Optimus Prime.

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It took Cabbie two full days to create his inflatable masterpiece, presumably because he kept running out of breath.

[via Brain Craft via Walyou]




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  1. XpAcErX says:

    After seeing this picture there is no need to stereo type the kind of person that made it.

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