Giant Inflatable Art

A worker sprays paint on the beak of the “Rubber Duck” inflatable floating sculpture by Dutch conceptual artist Florentijn Hofman at a factory in New Taipei City September 5, 2013. The giant “Rubber Duck”, measuring 18 metres in height and weighing 1000 kilogrammes when completed, will be displayed in Kaohsiung port, southern Taiwan. (Photo by Pichi Chuang/Reuters)

Visitors walk next to inflatable plastic balloons, part of the “Dots Obsession” exhibition created by Japanese pop artist Yayoi Kusama in Rio de Janeiro October 17, 2013.. (Photo by Pilar Olivares/Reuters)

The giant inflatable Rubber Duck installation by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman floats on the Parramatta River, as part of the 2014 Sydney Festival, in Western Sydney, January 10, 2014. The creation is five stories tall and five stories wide and has been seen floating in various cities around the world since 2007. (Photo by Jason Reed/Reuters)

Gallery staff stand next to “Love Me”, an inflatable pig with wings, by South Korean artist Choi Jeong-hwa, during a preview of the Art Stage Singapore at Marina Bay Sands Convention and Exhibition Center in Singapore January 15, 2014. (Photo by Edgar Su/Reuters)

A man walks between giant inflatable soccer balls marked with red crosses placed by members of non-governmental organization (NGO) Rio de Paz (Rio Peace) during a protest in front of the National Congress in Brasilia June 3, 2014. (Photo by Joedson Alves/Reuters)

An giant inflatable figure in the shape of a pink river dolphin floats offshore of the Ponta Negra beach along the Amazon river in Manaus, July 27, 2014. The figure was placed by organizers of the Red Alert conservation campaign which is trying to halt the killing of the dolphin which is illegal but common. (Photo by Bruno Kelly/Reuters)

A giant inflated beach ball sits on the sand at Blackpool Beach in Blackpool, northern England August 15, 2014. The ball was inflated to a height of 16.6 meters on Friday, beating the previous world record of 15.8 meters. (Photo by Andrew Yates/Reuters)

A giant inflatable “Golden Toad” is displayed on a lake as visitors cross a bridge at the Yu Yuan Tan Park in Beijing, China 21 July 2014. The installation designed by Chinese artist Guo Yong Rao measures 22 meters high, 34 meters long and 21 meters wide, and reminds many visitors of a golden toad that is a common symbol of good fortune and prosperity in Chinese culture. (Photo by Rolex Dela Pena/EPA)

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