The creation of a work of art or a scenographic element involves taking two things into account: a measure of artistic sensibility to understand what the artist or production designer wishes to convey; and a wide range of resources and constructive solutions in order to adapt the inflatable to the creative idea.

The working procedure is based on two-way communication with the artist throughout the work. We start with an analysis of feasibility and costs, according to the sketches, images and initial explanations. This is followed by some 3D designs which are modified according to the input of the artist and the constructive possibilities of the art object. Having agreed a 3D design, the manufacturing process begins. The aim is that the product always meets the artistic purposes for which it was designed while being consistent with the style of the artist.

The main difference between this type of sculpture, installation or scenography and those made with other materials, is that for the same size of the work, the transport and assembly costs are significantly lower because of their weight and their deflated volume.

Size: from 2 to 50 m. high with the rest of the measurements being proportional.
Material: PVC or POLYESTER of 150 to 600 gr/m2 depending on use and location (it is normal that there are 4 or 5 different types of materials)
Production: by sewing or high frequency welding machine.