What better welcoming committee to the Minnesota Historical Society than Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox? These legends live on as bigger-than-life, cold-air inflatable characters that stand 18-feet tall.
Inflatables Make Imaginative Museum Exhibits: Design Creative Displays for Every Type of Museum
Events at art, science and children's museums often call for special props for marketing or as actual museum exhibits. Design intriguing, provoking or whimsical presentations and let Landmark Creations bring them to life.
Inflatables can help you expand your visitor base and reach new patrons. Browse custom museum inflatables in our online gallery.
Carnegie Science Center Gets a Little Spacy with Cold-Air Inflatables
Most of us learn better when we can actually do something. Watching and listening are great, but to get a real grasp on how things work and what impact they have on our lives, it's hands-on all the way. Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh couldn't agree more.
Saving the Whales Is Now a Visual Experience for NC Aquarium Visitors
Over 427,000 visitors each year come to the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher to have a bit of fun. But the aquarium offers far more than the chance to peer underwater at the fascinating creatures. It also delivers educational opportunities for kids and adults.
Talk about visual aids! One teacher, who saw students struggling with earth science, decided to make her lessons more hands-on. After hiring Landmark Creations to develop their custom inflatable, Laurie Henry and her teaching partner began traveling across the state of Texas to bring highly interactive assemblies to school gyms using a 40-foot-wide canyon model.
The Guggenheim Goes Inflatable with an Imaginative Museum Exhibit
As the Guggenheim art museum displays the works of the Gutai: Splendid Playground, it seems only fitting that they would move beyond the conventional when presenting the various works of art. The founder of Japan’s most influential avant-garde collective of the postwar era, Jirō Yoshihara, led his troupe with the mantra, "Do what no one has done before."
Life-Sized Wildlife Replica Amazes Kids & Inspires a Love of Ocean Animals
Kids love to see Cynde McInnis coming. That's because this whale enthusiast brings ultra-cool stuff with her when she arrives at their schools. By combining something fun with something educational, children are captivated and inspired to learn about the oceans and the animals that live in them. All this education comes in the form of a life-sized wildlife inflatable "whalemobile."
Artist Jeffrey Einhorn Deflates his Inflatable Artwork… On Purpose
Typically, when we are commissioned to create inflatable artwork, the project is designed to remain inflated. However, Jeffrey Einhorn, a New York artist, asked us to design an inflatable head that would gradually deflate over time. Why? To make a point via his exhibition at The Warehouse Gallery.
Ever Wanted to Stuff the Whole World? David Byrne Did with Inflatable Art
If you ask David Byrne what his outdoor inflatable art exhibit represents, you'll get a multi-part answer.