Today the Department of Incredible Inflatable Art salutes the work of Philadelphia-based balloon artist and entertainer Jason Secoda of Airheads Entertainment. Jason has been creating balloon art for over 15 years now.
“My philosophy on balloon art tries to shatter the ideas that balloon art is cheesy and that it’s only for kids. I’m very detail-oriented, and as a result, my work is layered and complex. During events, I often find just as many adults enthralled with my work as children are. In short, I make quality, upscale work for all types, and all ages of clientele.”
The awesome piece pictured at the top of this post, depicting a jungle scene containing ferocious tigers and an ancient temple, was a collaboration created in August 2013 with Dennis Scott, Dylan Gilenas and Jack Mattson. Inspired by the famous Cambodian temple Angkor Wat, the piece is made of over 15,000 balloons, stood nearly 17 feet tall, and covered an area of 225 square feet.
Visit the Airheads Entertainment Facebook page to check out more of Jason Secoda’s amazing balloon art.
[via Twisted Sifter]