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Artist Floats 100,000 Balloons Inside London’s Covent Garden Market

Artist Floats 100,000 Balloons Inside London’s Covent Garden Market

Yesterday, the 19th-century market building in London's Covent Garden was transformed. French artist Charles Pétillon used twenty-five workers over five days to fill the building with 100,000 giant white balloons in an installation called "heartbeat."

Yesterday, the 19th-century market building in London's Covent Garden was transformed. French artist Charles Pétillon used twenty-five workers over five days to fill the building with 100,000 giant white balloons in...

Incredibly Detailed Balloon Animals By Japanese Artist

Incredibly Detailed Balloon Animals By Japanese Artist

If you thought balloon animals are simply a fairground novelty, then Japanese artist Masayoshi Matsumoto has some balloon animal art to show you. Perhaps the most impressive thing about them is that Masayoshi uses only balloons – no tape or markers.

If you thought balloon animals are simply a fairground novelty, then Japanese artist Masayoshi Matsumoto has some balloon animal art to show you. Perhaps the most impressive thing about them is...

Creative Dad Invents A Tool That Can Fill 100 Water Balloons A Minute

Creative Dad Invents A Tool That Can Fill 100 Water Balloons A Minute

Just as gunpowder and the atomic bomb revolutionized human warfare as we know it, this clever invention by Josh Malone, a Texas-based father of eight, will change summer water balloon warfare forever. His Bunch O Balloons hose fixture is capable of...

Just as gunpowder and the atomic bomb revolutionized human warfare as we know it, this clever invention by Josh Malone, a Texas-based father of eight, will change summer water balloon warfare...

1.5 Million Balloons Unleashed Total Chaos On Cleveland In 1986

1.5 Million Balloons Unleashed Total Chaos On Cleveland In 1986

In 1986, Cleveland proved once and for all that balloons, held by most of us to be a symbol of festivities and celebration, can also serve as surreal and terrifying proof that there can be too much of a good thing....

In 1986, Cleveland proved once and for all that balloons, held by most of us to be a symbol of festivities and celebration, can also serve as surreal and terrifying proof...