Lord Of The Rings Hobbit Hole Recreated Entirely With Balloons
Utah-based artist and balloon sculptor Jeremy Telford has recreated the famous Baggins residence—Bag End—from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings with 2,600 balloons in just 40 hours.
After an entire weekend of balloon-twisting, Telford has managed to transform his living room into a wacky replica of Bag End, home to Bilbo and Frodo Baggins in the legendary fantasy series.
Taking reference from 18th century furniture, the Lord of the Rings fan paid great attention to details and not only created the larger fixtures but the smaller interior accessories as well—like a bowl of apples—to complete the set.
Watch the time-lapse video below to see how its done:
[via Oddity Central]
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