twitter grayfacebook graylinkedin grayinstagram gray  800 number painter3

New Product Alert!

Turning Their Mascot into an Inflatable Billboard Boosts Awareness for Mile High Flea Market

Posted in Retail Industry Inflatables

Inflatable Flea MascotTurning a Mascot into an Inflatable Billboard Increases Visibility

When the weather is nice and the sun is shining, visitors to the Mile High Flea Market in Denver, Colorado, are greeted by Freddy the Flea. This inflatable mascot (turned billboard) stands 30-feet tall and definitely does his job at creating awareness and driving traffic to the 80-acre marketplace.

An Inflatable Tiger Mascot Piqued Curiosity at the MU Student Center

Posted in Sports Industry Inflatables

Missouri University's Truman Tail on RooftopMU Puts a Tiger on the Roof Using a Custom Inflatable Mascot Design

When it comes to college life, it's not all books and exams. There's lots of fun to be had, too. Michelle Froese, Missouri University Marketing Manager, understands that and was looking for a way to create a sense of excitement and tradition for the campus community. That's when she approached Landmark Creations about producing an inflatable mascot… or at least part of one.

Custom Inflatable Stage Prop Proven to Raise Earth Science Test Scores

Posted in Museum & Exhibit Inflatables

Inflatable Grand Canyon Visiting SchoolTeacher Uses Inflatable Stage Prop to Excite Students & Raise Test Scores

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.

Cold-Air Inflatable Screens Protect Drivers from Glare

Posted in Industrial Products Promotional Inflatables

Valparaiso University's Inflatable Solar ScreensCustom, Cold-Air Inflatable Protects Drivers from Blinding Glare

Can you just imagine? You're driving home from work when you turn a corner and - wham! A blinding ray of light hits you right between the eyes. Valparaiso University knew this was possible when they installed a 400-square-foot solar mirror. That's big, and it could certainly project one whopper of a sunbeam. (Not a good thing when you're operating a vehicle.)