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."
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.
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...
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....
A Japanese artist Rie Hosokai has created the "Daisy Balloon" project, where her models are wearing dresses, made from... balloons! Rie uses a kind of custom technique, very similar to the conventional knitting.Jolita
Jonathan Trappe is bringing the story of Pixar's film "Up" to life. Over the weekend, Jonathan Trappe, flew a house over 20,000 feet in the air, lifted by helium-filled balloons in Leon, Mexico.Justina