Bride and groom Installation

Bride and groom balloon installation

Bride and groom made for a special request. The installation of the sculptures was made with over 500 balloons and 40 hours of fun twisting. David Takes balloons with his soul, and worked in every single detail possible, in order to come up with a great sculpture. The interesting part of balloon sculptures is that whatever you have in mind won’t concretize until you see the final results. David says that it is like giving life to latex.

This life size sculpture was delivered to a happy client in New york for her daughter’s extra special bridal shower. This is a little bit of sculptures that can be done. You can also make your event extra special with custom made sculptures. Be the next one. Thanks for checking us out.

Bride and groom balloon(40 hours sculpture)

Bride and groom balloon(40 hours sculpture)

Balloon Manor 2014

David Lima joined a group of 75 awesome artists from around the world to create a 50.000-balloon sculpture.

NorthJersey.com

FEBRUARY 20, 2014, 10:12 AM
BY LIANNA ALBRIZIO
STAFF WRITER
PASCACK VALLEY COMMUNITY LIFE

Hillsdale's David Lima, pictured with one of his creations, joined 74 fellow balloon artists from around the world to participate in Balloon Manor 2014 in Rochester, N.Y. last week.

 

Most mornings, David Lima wakes up with balloons on the brain.

Hillsdale’s David Lima, pictured with one of his creations, joined 74 fellow balloon artists from around the world to participate in Balloon Manor 2014 in Rochester, N.Y. last week.

“My balloon radar is always on,” says the airy professional balloon twister who works his “Bambaballoon” business out of a studio in his Hillsdale home.

Hillsdale’s David Lima, pictured with one of his creations, joined 74 fellow balloon artists from around the world to participate in Balloon Manor 2014 in Rochester, N.Y. last week.

The team created a five-story sculpture of Jack and the Beanstalk using more than 50,000 balloons.

Ninja turtles, bunny rabbits, a bicycle, and a New Year’s Eve-inspired chandelier are just some of the many balloon sculptures Lima creates via requests from children or from his own imagination. None, however, tops the 55,000-balloon sculpture entitled, “The VERY Tall Tale of Jack and his Beanstalk,” which he created with 74 other balloon artists from around the world for the Fifth Annual Balloon Manor 2014. Held this past week in Rochester, N.Y., the event was arranged by Airigami Founder Larry Moss, who Lima met at the “TJam On the Road 2013” balloon competition in November.

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