This Incredible Artist Transforms Corrective Helmets Into Artworks Any Child Would Want to Have

Posted on Jan 03, 2017

Corrective helmets are medical devices that help kids with flathead areas. They are custom made in a sense that they are sculpted in order to fit a particular child's head shape. But what they have in usefulness they lack in color and imagination. They all look the same because they are brown and usually made from leather.

But this is all changing thanks to Paula Strawn who decided to put a smile on kids' faces by painting helmets and giving them a new and adorable look.

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My Name Is Hudson and I Like Mickey Mouse
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This Incredible Artist Transforms Corrective Helmets Into Artworks Any Child Would Want to Have
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