Our 3 favourite balloon artists

I believe most of you have at least an idol be it a singer or celebrity that you admire. In the balloon industry, we also have idols that inspire us with their beautiful and captivating creations. Here’s a list of our top favorites.


Firstly, we have Lily Tan our Singapore pride 🙂

In 2011, Lily quit her job at the Ad Agency and took up Balloon Sculpting as a hobby. Lily started balloon twisting with children at birthday parties. She is constantly searching for new designs and ideas and she also transforms mainstream designs into her own creations.
Lily and her balloon doll
Lily and her balloon doll
Today, She holds more than 15 records including the Guinness World Book of Records.
Lily and her awards
Lily and her awards

Every year, she does large-scale decorations at Marina Square Shopping Mall and she breaks her own record each and every time.

I am sure Singapore balloon artists will agree with me that her works are absolutely stunning!

Facebook Page : Airtitude



Our next favourite artist is Kelly Sashimi. She is a professional balloon artist based in Kuala Lumpur. When she was 18 years old, an agency approached her to twist balloons for children’s birthday parties. At 19, she started her own company, Belle de Balloon Artist, together with her family.

In 2011, she participated in the South-east Asia Balloon Art Festival and was one of the top 10 finalists.

We are impressed with how realistic her sculptures are.

Charlie Brown
Charlie Brown

Impressive Charlie Brown!

Her works are recognised by many balloon artists around the world despite her young age 🙂

This is an interview 2 years ago with The Star Online – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBFGKYHH7B0

Facebook Page: Kelly Sashimi


Stone Chang is a renowned balloon artist in China-Taiwan. He is well known for his big sculptures.

Bumble Bee
Bumble Bee

This bumble bee captured our attention years ago and we were very impressed with his works.

He has been to many conventions to showcase his artwork and he does not need any introduction because of his popularity in the balloon industry.

He has balloon shops in Taiwan and China.

Do visit his shop if you happen to be there!

Website: http://www.magicballoon.com.tw/


Little Red Balloon


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