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Blog Posts: February 2019

Monday February 25, 2019 at 12:02pm
Imagine were given 4 days’ notice to get a 2 man team out to the Olympic stadium in Rome for the Ireland v Italy Six Nations rugby on Sunday 24th February. The Guinness cylinder is 12m long and we worked with the Linde Gas team to bring 7 cylinders of helium from outside Rome on a special transport to the stadium on Saturday morning. No pressure then!Another great install by the team and perfect flying weather! 
Thursday February 21, 2019 at 1:26pm
Imagine created an 8m long silver sprayed helium cloud within a very quick turnaround time for the handover ceremony from the Gold Coast to Birmingham for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.Our operators had to learn on the day the timings and choreography for the live show event, and all went to plan. The cloud performed as it should have on time and on cue.    
Thursday February 21, 2019 at 11:10am
Our most recent big project was to create some 12m high inflatables to look like cricket stumps which were then installed by Nelsons column at Trafalgar Square London and Nelsons column was then used to give the illusion of the middle stump. This was to promote the cricket world cup for 2019 and it was a tricky install for our crew as they had to be placed in the correct position to give off the right illusion and also required a lot of ballasting due to the size. and weights of the inflatables.....
Thursday February 7, 2019 at 4:19pm
Check out some of our events from 2018 on the link below!    
Friday February 1, 2019 at 10:40am
ANCAP Australia is the Australasian New Car Assessment Program for automotive safety; its counterpart in Europe in the more widely known Euro NCAP. ANCAP came to us requiring the Mazda CX-3 really quickly for a media event on 6th February so we have turned this around in record time – 12 days! They will be using it for radar testing.
Friday February 1, 2019 at 10:32am
Harrogate Hospital asked us to reproduce their Siemens scanner used in the paediatric radiology department. The scanner is designed as a practice tool for young children who need an MRI.