OUR ACHIEVEMENTS

Explore the fascinating universe of inflatable art through our unique creations. Whether it's for monumental shows, the event industry, music, contemporary art, and many other fields...

SAMA

For the opening ceremony of the 2024 edition of the MASA (Market for African Performing Arts) in Abidjan, we crafted a 4-meter tall inflatable elephant. This elephant was designed to be able to walk among the crowd and then take flight. Furthermore, by combining dual painting with an internal lighting system, the realistic appearance of the elephant gradually faded away to be fully adorned with a patchwork of traditional Ivorian fabrics.

SAKALA

For the parade project scheduled in Cameroon in 2024 with the IFC (French Institute of Cameroon), we have designed an imposing elephantine chimera reaching a height of 15 meters. The artwork was meticulously drawn by Cameroonian artist Jean-Michel DISSAKE, thus adding a unique artistic dimension to this monumental creation.

AMANITA

Fixed inflatable structure, 2 meters in height, designed at the request of the Catalan theater company El Sidral for their ongoing production. This element, visible in both inflated and deflated states, has been crafted with particular care for its volumetric aesthetics.

a woman standing in front of a mushroom - like mushroom - like mushroom - like
a woman standing in front of a mushroom - like mushroom - like mushroom - like
WHALE SHARK

For an event in the Middle East, we were commissioned by People Group to create a flying whale shark measuring 15 meters in length, with a reproduction as faithful as possible to reality. A specialized team was formed to ensure its realization and presence at several ceremonies in December 2022.

a large inflatable whale shark in a large aquarium
a large inflatable whale shark in a large aquarium
HARE

We designed an inflatable hare, conceived by set designer Emmanuel Charles, for the production of Alban Berg's opera "Wozzeck." Beyond the precise aesthetic requirement to be met, our challenge was to conceal it in the set and ensure that its inflation in full view of the audience was quick and silent. The first performance took place at the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse in 2022.

a group of people in a stage with a giant rabbit
a group of people in a stage with a giant rabbit
MOON

To delight their audience, the two Toulouse rappers BigFlo & Oli approached us through Bleu Citron for the creation of two flying moons, 8 meters and 4 meters in diameter, backlit. A specialized team ensures the flight of the moons above the audience during their tours.

a large moon for Big Flo & Oli shaped object in the middle of a concert
a large moon for Big Flo & Oli shaped object in the middle of a concert
BEETHOVEN

We embarked on a bold venture with the Cultura Nova festival, combining classical music, video mapping, and a moving inflatable element. To realize this vision, we created an imposing 5-meter-high Beethoven head, with a statuesque appearance in bronze, and silent thanks to its remote blower. During the concert, exclusive video creations were projected onto this head, and at the close of the performance, it took flight, soaring above the orchestra to end its journey in the heart of the audience.

Beethoven's inflatable head with an orchestra
Beethoven's inflatable head with an orchestra
B-BOY

In our second collaboration with the famous Brazilian graffiti artists Os Gemeos, we brought to life one of their iconic yellow characters. This character, standing 20 meters tall, was designed to be both flying and articulated. It made its first appearance at a spectacular urban dance event orchestrated by the Berlin-based collective Flying Steps.

ENGULFED PARADE

Bordeaux artist Guillaumit sought our expertise for the fabrication of three inflatable costumes worn as part of his project titled "The Engulfed Parade." These costumes incorporate augmented reality targets which, through cell phones, unveil new visual elements. They were first presented at the Bordeaux Carnival in 2021.

inflatable characters at a carnival
inflatable characters at a carnival
TOMORROWLAND

Tomorrowland, the renowned European electronic music festival, sought our expertise for the design of a flying inflatable with a demanding specifications for the gondola. Our team operated this element amidst an electrified crowd.

Tomorrowland Festival full of people gathering and in the sky an inflatable structure
Tomorrowland Festival full of people gathering and in the sky an inflatable structure
LA DIVA

At the request of the famous comic book artist François Boucq and the National Orchestra of Lille, we designed this inflatable for a show combining classical music and inflatable elements. Our challenge was to allow a real opera singer to hide under the skirt of our inflatable diva, and then reveal her at the beginning of the concert. A challenge successfully met!

The project of talented comic book artist François Boucq involved creating a fixed inflatable representing the head of his famous character, Jérôme Moucherot. This element was to be concealed under a large hat, also designed by us in plastazote, and revealed during the opening of his exhibition at the Brussels gallery Huberty & Breyne in 2019.

THE HEAD OF JÉRÔME MOUCHEROT
a large head of a Jerome Moucherot with a mustache and a mustache
a large head of a Jerome Moucherot with a mustache and a mustache
RIO OLYMPIC GAMES

We designed inflatable structures for the opening ceremony of the Rio Olympics in 2016. Inspired by the drawings of Brazilian graffiti artist André Farkas and with the aim of evoking Brazil's history, we created four fixed inflatable elements: a rooster and three hands. These monumental elements had the constraint of inflating visibly in less than 20 seconds.

Opening ceremony of the Rio Olympic Games. At the bottom of the inflatable structures
Opening ceremony of the Rio Olympic Games. At the bottom of the inflatable structures
LEONARDO DA VINCI

For the show "Leonardo, Dreams & Nightmares" by Les Plasticiens Volants, we envisioned a flying head 6 meters high. This inflatable has the particularity of evolving, graphically and structurally, in 3 scenes.

First, Leonardo, in the evening of his life, marked by time.

Then these marks gradually fade to highlight his inventions, his writings, and sketches that appear on his face, his beard, his hair...

And to pay homage to his pictorial work, a transparent sphere emerges from his head on which we can glimpse some of his most famous portraits. These portraits appear and disappear as if by magic.

a series of three images of a man with a globe in the middle
a series of three images of a man with a globe in the middle