We’re filled with excitement to be teaming up with the Minnesota Zoo for their upcoming drive-thru event, "Nature Illuminated"!
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.
Working in conjunction with Director X, Skyscape Balloons brought one element of a three-artist exhibition in Toronto, Canada, into clear visualization. According to Michael Prokopow, co-curator of the city-produced event called Oblivion, each phase of the transformation was designed to help participants explore a state of nothingness / state of being and the process of going from something to nothing.
Custom Inflatable Replica Generates PR for Minneapolis Museum
Have you heard about Dala Horses? Named for Sweden's Dalarna province, these carved wooden figurines depict stout, brightly painted horses with colorful decorative trim. Originally designed as a children's toy, they've become a symbol of Sweden.
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.
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.
What can the ocean's deepest sub-floor tell us about Earth's ancient history?
Plenty, according to the International Ocean Development Program (IODP). For years now, IODP has been drilling, coring, and monitoring the sub-seafloor in a quest to gain a greater understanding of our multifaceted planet.
Now IODP is bringing its discoveries to communities all over America, through its national traveling exhibit, "In Search of Earth's Secrets: A Pop-Up Science Encounter."
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."