It is quite amazing how a street or birthday party performer’s art form can blow up into such a stunning series of masterpieces; check out the Airigami Once Upon a Time portfolio for an example. You may already be familiar with the work of Larry Moss and Kelly Cheatle, since their Master Works balloon series garnered a lot of deserved attention earlier in the year.
Nevertheless, the Airigami Once Upon a Time balloon series is much more compelling because it takes an art form that appeals to children in particular and applies it to the very stories on which they grow up. By bringing to life these iconic fairy tale scenes, children of all ages (including adults that are young at heart), can truly appreciate the reach of inflatable art.
The Airigami Once Upon a Time Series Focuses on Fairy Tales
1. Inflatable Art - The growing popularity of inflatable art presents an opportunity for artists and businesses to create unique and attention-grabbing installations.
2. Interactive Art for Children - Creating art that appeals to children, such as the Airigami Once Upon a Time series, offers a disruptive innovation opportunity for artists and marketers to engage with this audience.
3. Storytelling Through Art - Using art to tell stories, like the Airigami Once Upon a Time balloon series does with fairy tales, could be a disruptive innovation opportunity for artists and educators to engage people in a new way.
1. Event Planning - Incorporating inflatable art installations into event planning, such as weddings or conferences, can provide a unique and memorable visual experience for attendees.
2. Children's Education - Incorporating inflatable art into children's education can offer an engaging and interactive way to teach important lessons and concepts.
3. Marketing and Advertising - Using inflatable art in marketing and advertising campaigns offers a disruptive innovation opportunity to create memorable and attention-grabbing visuals that will stand out from traditional advertising methods.