T. James Cook is an artist who likes to experiment with almost everything. He paints, draws, and also has expertise in making robots. A few years ago, he learnt how to make balloon sculptures for his niece and decided to have a go at making some out of balloons. Take a look at some of his amazing creations below.
Cook loves animals, especially birds, and his love to experiment with stuff made him embark on a brilliant series of balloon sculptures.
Using various colours and types of balloons, cook forms the classic shape and style of different species, highlighting what makes each species unique.
From woodpeckers to blue tits, cook captures his creations in a collection of wildlife-like photography.
He uses Qualatex balloons that are 100 per cent natural, biodegradable latex with no added fillers.
Placing it in their natural habitat, the result is breathtaking and very humorous.
He plans to continue the series, further exploring the different species of British birds, animals, and insects.