Artist Larry Moss has taken famous pieces of art and sculpted them using latex balloons, calling his work "Airigami." It's amazing how he's taken a familiar children's party trick and turned it into something wonderful. [If it's hip it's here]
If you really wanted to make your kid's birthday special, these balloon animals that are more than twice the height of a person are a good starting place. Now you just need to find a clown with big enough lungs.
People have been twisting balloons into squeaky little animals for decades, but Willy Chyr's work marks an evolution in the craft. Instead of dogs and bunnies, he makes gigantic, science-inspired sculptures of jellyfish, neurons, and zooids. Huh?