If you watched the movie “It”, then it is possible that the sight of a lonely flying balloon will scare you to death. We do not know whether this affected the work of the Norwegian artist Jan Hakon Erichsen, but he obviously dislikes the balloons. Otherwise, why does he destroy them so violently?
Jan daily publishes short videos, where they coolly and with great sophistication with them. In his works, the artist often refers to themes of fear, anger, and frustration. We must admit that he is good at creating an alarming atmosphere. Especially in the very first video. The ball remains intact and unharmed, but the tension is every thrilling, but really weird.
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