More Than Little Dogs: The Amazing World of Balloon Twisting

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Today on the show, we talked to Naomi Greenfield and Sara Taksler, about their film "Twisted: A Balloonamentary." While they were here, they were kind enough to twist some dogs and an NPR logo for us — simple stuff for them, compared to their other work. The sculptures they feature in the movie are mind-blowing so I put together a gallery to give you a little taste.



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I remember when Twisted premiered at SXSW last year; they stuffed my in-box in the press room with a balloon animal construction kit. I was all excited to show it off to my daughter until my wife reminded me that balloons are a bit of a choking hazard for one-year-olds....

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