Anatomy of a Balloon Animal

Jason Freeny Pneumatic Anatomica

This wonderfully creative poster is the work of digital artist, Jason Freeny. Who would have thought that a balloon animal would have such intricate anatomy? I especially like the mini tutorial at the bottom of the poster that shows how to make a balloon animal of your own.  It’s also quite a well designed anatomical chart.

Be sure to check out the rest of the quirky things on Jason’s site,



6 thoughts on “Anatomy of a Balloon Animal”

  1. - normaal

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  2. This is autonomically incorrect, it has the brains in the ears. I guess as long as the animal does’t undergo brain surgery all will be well but come on, science has known this stuff since the 50s.

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