4 months ago 4 months agoSaturn Devouring His Son, Me, BALLOONS, 2021 by Cali Dillon 44601views blurry vision, brian griffin, cheating, creating, creature found washed up on beach, creatures, engineering, exploring an abandoned mansion, high altitude ballooning, image, lois griffin, mrbeast net worth 2021, mrbeast secrets 2021, mysterious creatures caught on live tv, mysterious creatures in the ocean, natural events, natural phenomenon, nature, no swearing, oddly satisfying, satisfying, satisfying asmr, satisfying slime, satisfying video, surprising, unknown creatures caught on tape, youtube videoLike it? Share with your friends! 297 Facebook Twitter297 points 44 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Unbelievable balloon skills, image recreation, composition, lighting, and photography skills. One of the most exclusive and thrilling mediums I’ve ever seen! Bravo for everything you’ve done! Thank you for sharing this information.ReplyThis is absolutely breathtaking! I admire how you think. Please keep us updated on your new projects. It’s a perfect mix that you’re both subversive and talented.ReplyIt’s both amusing and frightening. Excellent work.ReplyThis is, in some ways, much scarier than the original. I suppose it’s because the worked balloons, combined with the incredible lighting, remind me of twisted muscle. Awe-inspiring jobs.ReplyThe son sported a pair of buns! Excellent job! I couldn’t imagine doing that; I’d have popped the balloons a million times.ReplyAre you available for parties and weddings? If you don’t already, you should think about it! Congratulations on your achievement.ReplyThose squeaky bubbles, but chubby cheeks3ReplyThis reminds me of Tetsuo in several ways.ReplyOn occasion, the OC on Reddit goes above and above. This is without a doubt the most amazing balloon art I’ve ever seen. Without a doubt.While some use it to farm karma, I look forward to seeing this every few months.ReplyThis is an outstanding piece. It’s an absurd medium for a reproduction of one of the most unsettling paintings ever, but it does an incredible job of conveying the original’s emotion.ReplyI want to be in the screenshot if this becomes a movement!ReplyOh my goodness 😀 This is the most impressive thing I’ve seen in a long time. I’d love to see a time-lapse video of the process!ReplyDid you eat a fucking boy, Terarre?ReplyI had not expected to see anything like this in my lifetime.ReplyImagine being four years old and seeing anything like this on your birthday.ReplyIdeal for birthday celebrations!ReplyWhile many people praise the sculpture, I think the staging and photography are equally impressive. Thank you for sharing this information. It would be a nice bonus if there was an album.ReplyThe kid, on the other hand, had some clappin cheeks.ReplyI’m curious as to how many dicks this guy has.Art is a ten out of ten, with five stars.ReplyNow go ahead and perform “The Garden of Earthly Delights”! If you’ve never been, The Prado is a must-see. Las Meninas will make a great balloon sculpture as well.ReplyThat’s pretty sick! What brought you to balloon art, if you don’t mind my asking?ReplyThis is fantastic. Son, on the other hand, is a dump truck of an ass.ReplyI’m just curious as to how large this is. Consider how this will look in person. This is truly terrifying.ReplyI’d never seen extreme, moving art in a balloon before, and I had no idea it was possible. Thank you for sharing your incredible work.ReplyThis is absolutely stunning; how long did it take you to build it?ReplyIntriguing. There’s nothing really innovative about it, but it’s still enthralling and fascinating to look at.ReplyThis is fantastic; I’d like to use it for a liberal arts theme party at school, but my first impression is that it gives bubble butt a whole new meaning.ReplyHis son was a thicc thicc thicc thiccFantastic jobs!ReplyBased on Francisco Goya’s drawing.ReplyYou ate it up, son, the talent, the staging, those cheeks, the comparison, the Saturn of it all.ReplySomeone please get this artist a gallery show! The juxtaposition of subject and medium, as well as the work’s temporary fragility, really appeals to me.ReplyIn balloon shape, one of the most popular, emotion-inducing paintings of all time.This is one of the reasons why I enjoy using the internet.ReplyYou’re a fantastic musician, but you’d be a horrible kid’s birthday clown.“I want a balloon princess crown!” exclaims the boy.“No, that’s not it. It’s over. The Flaying of Marsyas is here.”ReplyCheck out this version of Kirby eating a waddle dee as well.ReplyYou must have a lot of fun at parties.ReplyExcuse me, but what the hell are you talking about? I suppose it’s a good piece…. Anything negative is certainly on my mind.._.ReplyIt reminds me of a scene from Attack on Titan.ReplyIn a recent “New Yorker” post, I learned a couple of interesting facts about this painting.1. The original, along with 13 other examples of Goya’s more upsetting work, was painted on the wall of Goya’s house. It must have been a lot of fun to visit!2. It’s thought to reflect Saturn devouring his son. Goya never gave it a name or depicted it in that light.ReplyI adore the current Renaissance of art that the quarantine has brought about.ReplyNice job in a cool format.ReplyI’m curious about Mrs. Saturn’s appearance.Goya gets a shout-out!ReplyI don’t want to meet the kid who made this offer.ReplyHigher mind: Wow, this is a very cool and one-of-a-kind piece.Heh, bubble ass, says the lower mind.ReplyHades got his hands on the bubble butt—ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Cali Dillon Travel nerd. Twitter aficionado. Alcohol fanatic. Introvert. Infuriatingly humble pop cultureaholic.