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South Street Seaport Balloon Installation

South Street Seaport Balloons

NYC’s Pier 17 in the South Street Seaport now hosts a balloon display! Made with biodegradable, post-consumer recycled plastic, the balloons create an intriguing space for visitors. McLaren worked extensively with Dynamic Productions and Los Angeles based Balloon Artist, Geronimo, to provide the best suited structure to support this sculpture of balloons ranging from 2 feet to 8 feet in diameter. McLaren designed building attachments and ways to add balloons to the central spine on-site, creating design flexibility for the artist for this colorful display that celebrates Pier 17’s upgrades. Read more about the display and the artist in The New York Times.

Posted on: Jul. 25, 2018