From Rockefeller Center to rock concert tours, Landmark's custom inflatables are taking center stage. And the trade publishing world is applauding.
In its August 2017 issue, Specialty Fabrics Review spotlighted "Seated Ballerina," a stunning inflatable sculpture installed at New York's Rockefeller Plaza between May 12 and June 2, 2017. Designed by artist Jeff Koons and built by Landmark Creations, the 45-foot "Ballerina" was authentic in every detail, right down to her tutu and toe shoes. Best of all, she helped raise funds (and awareness) for the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children.
Then, in January 2018, Lighting & Sound America showcased an inflatable stage prop – a giant geometric lion head – built by Landmark Creations for iconic pop singer Katy Perry's 2014-2015 Prismatic World Tour. Featured during Perry's performance of her hit song "Roar," the custom inflatable blazed with spectacular LED lighting – including huge, luminous eyes – remote-controlled for thrilling effect.
LED-Enhanced Inflatables: The Latest Bright Idea
Perry's inflatable stage prop is just one brilliant example of LED's dazzling possibilities. Want to learn how LED lighting can enhance your custom inflatables? See our article in this newsletter.
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Stephanie Meacham | VP of Operations
We had a great summer here at Landmark Creations! From the giant Moon Person we made for the Video Music Awards to being highlighted for Minnesota's Manufacturing Month, we have lots to share with you!
It's been a while since we've published our Landmarketing Newsletter. In the meantime, we've kept busy. Now we have some exciting news to share with you.
Take a look at our all-new website design, with its eye-popping slideshow spotlighting our giant inflatables. We think you'll like what you see!
If it seems like it's been forever since you've read an issue of Landmarketing, it has– we've been on an almost three-year hiatus since Issue 60 hit mailboxes in early 2018!