Here are 8 of your favourite films – in balloon form

These are really cool!

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Balloon creations as famous movie characters Courtesy of: Rob Driscoll LINK: www.bowtieballoonguy.co.uk. Balloon creations as famous movie characters Courtesy of: Rob Driscoll LINK: http://www.bowtieballoonguy.co.uk.

Balloon artist the Bowtie Balloon Guy – aka Rob Driscoll – has come up with a novel way of rehashing iconic movies, and they’re pretty good.

For a series called Twisted Cinema, every week the balloon maestro has been making balloon sculptures of famous films and posting them on his blog.

Some of his creations merely ape an iconic film poster.

Balloon creations as famous movie characters Courtesy of: Rob Driscoll LINK: www.bowtieballoonguy.co.uk. (Rob Driscoll)

But some are a little cleverer and mimic a specific scene or theme.

Balloon creations as famous movie characters Courtesy of: Rob Driscoll LINK: www.bowtieballoonguy.co.uk. (Rob Driscoll)

An aversion to the 9-5 work schedule started Rob out as an entertainer at kids parties, but he quickly realised his talent for balloon art and began attending balloon bending competitions.

Balloon creations as famous movie characters Courtesy of: Rob Driscoll LINK: www.bowtieballoonguy.co.uk. (Rob Driscoll)

His witty creations are part of an ongoing series.

Balloon creations as famous movie characters Courtesy of: Rob Driscoll LINK: www.bowtieballoonguy.co.uk. (Rob Driscoll)

Balloon creations as famous movie characters Courtesy of: Rob Driscoll LINK: www.bowtieballoonguy.co.uk. (Rob Driscoll)

He doesn’t just do movies, he can turn gassy bags into just about anything…

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