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Vlad Nanca Makes Terrifying Black Terrorist Balloons

By: Cowbag - Published:   Updated: Jun 2 2011 • References: cakeheadlovesevil
Normally if you mention balloons, happy images of children's parties, clowns, and the circus may drift into my mind. Russian artist Vlad Nanca has changed all that for me with the Terrorist Balloons.

These Terrorist Balloons are seriously scary. As they float about, you get the distinct impression that they are following you.

These balloons are scary, even if you don't suffer from globophobia.

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