House for Bilbo Begginsa by Jeremy Telford
Since balloons for most of us are no longer a rarity, and the public and inexpensive goods. That, among many talented individuals have the desire to use not only for its intended purpose as a holiday decoration and all kinds of presentations, but also as a material for the creation of more complex structures of artistic and original works of art.
This was the way went to the American designer of Utah, 34-year-old Jeremy Telford. And a little experimenting with balloons in his studio, Jeremy Telford got my first order from the unique design of the Winter Olympics 2002 in Salt Lake City. A result of this work were truly unique pieces of a whole family of prehistoric dinosaurs in full-size scale, and a giant motorcycle just made of balloons.
And today, the opportunity to stay out of work, Jeremy Telford and his wife decided to turn your living room into a full house for Bilbo Baggins, one of the main characters of the famous trilogy of Tolkien, made of the same balloons.
In addition, for the implementation of this rather ambitious project, Jeremy took not only to study the characteristics of interior home hobbits, but also the works of the great Tolkien, because some of the literature on this issue simply does not exist. With this in mind, Jeremy used for this project more than 2,600 balloons of different shapes and colors, as well as bicycle, hand pump for the intensification of the process of inflating the balloon when creating a whole variety of items and furniture that could hypothetically be in the house of Bilbo Baggins.
In particular, life-size were carried out not only fireplace, chair, chandelier and ceiling favorite footrest Bilbo, but also fruit, lying in a vase placed on the table as well, made of balloons.