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Airigami creates jaw-dropping installations and sculptures of all sizes using latex balloons. Installations can be in galleries, trade shows, or be their own major events like Balloon Manor and Elastic Park. They can even be built with help of volunteers. Each project is custom designed to fit your venue and your budget.
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Airigami Adventure: Journey on the Genesee was a public art project that captured the natural wonder of the Genesee region, using 40,000 latex balloons. Working with the YMCA of Greater Rochester and the Seneca Park Zoo Society, we were able to do an art project that enhanced the STEM education programs offered by the YMCA and captured the zoo’s efforts to study and improve the Genesee River.
Balloon Manor: The Amazing Undersea Adventure was a 40,000 balloon, five-story sculpture that was visited by tens of thousands of people. From the 30-foot pirate ship to the realistic and mythical undersea creatures, this sculpture was full of stories from beneath the sea …
Balloon Manor: The Very Tall Tale of Jack and his Beanstalk was a sculptural interpretation of the classic fairy tale of Jack and the Beanstalk. As you toured the sculpture, different scenes of the story would become visible. This breathtaking five-story sculpture was built in only four days…
The Phelps Arts Center wanted to create an approachable and interactive art experience to generate excitement in their community. In only five days, Larry, Kelly and a team of 31 community members crafted an air-filled re-interpretation of Fragonard’s “The Swing”.
The Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville, VA hosted the Airigami team for a 4 day dino build in the Spring of 2013. The Acrocanthosaurus was surrounded not only by Cretaceous-inspired plants, but by amazed visitors to the museum.
A 23-member team of balloon artists, an eight-member flight crew, and countless community members were needed to launch the first ever piloted latex balloon sculpture. Nearly 20,000 animal balloons were twisted together by the hand-picked team of artists from around the US and Canada…
In 2000 Larry Moss and Royal Sorell designed and built the record-shattering sculpture of Soccer Players to celebrate the World Cup. It was constructed with 40,781 non-round balloons. There was no framing, line, glue, or anything besides inflated latex balloons used within the sculpture.