Dynamic Displays has come a long way since 1962. I remember the days of typewriter tape and carbon paper—not necessarily with fondness, but certainly with some degree of nostalgia. Back then, the inflatable industry was just beginning to blossom, and Dynamic was not only riding on the cusp of progress, but was laying a lot […]
NEW! Angry Birds Trio
Introducing the newest addition to our parade and event balloons rental stock, a trio of Angry Birds! Featuring Red Bird, Yellow Bird and Bad Piggy, this helium balloon cluster is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Produced in cooperation and under license with Rovio Entertainment Ltd.
Olympic Closing Ceremonies: "Made in Canada" Inflatables Contribute to Canada’s Quirky Sense of Fun
The Olympic Closing Ceremonies poked fun at a lot of stereotypically Canadian traits, featuring several inflatable beavers, among other home-cooked Canadian icons, like a couple of good-natured flying moose and a whole posse of mounties. A Canadian company, Dynamic Displays is proud to have been a part of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics games, even if […]
Quebec Winter Carnaval Takes Off, with Help From Fabulous Inflatables
Quebec City’s annual winter festival, or Carnaval de Québec, has been a cultural fixture in the region since 1955. The festival is a rich cornucopia of activity, including winter sports, snow sculptures, and activities based on the traditional Québec lifestyle, such as canoe races and dogsled races. The Québec Winter Carnival is the largest winter carnival […]
NEW! Ziggy Balloon in Pro Football Parade
Everyone’s favorite underdog took a break from his usual gig in your Sunday paper to appear in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival Timken Grand Parade. The giant Ziggy balloon was built by Dynamic Displays and completed his maiden flight in the 2009 event, garnering enthusiastic reviews. Ziggy’s creator, Tom Wilson (pictured waving […]
Inflatable Christmas Decorations for Your Holiday Event
Dynamic Displays recently completed production on a giant reindeer inflatable for the Lion’s Club Kitchener. Design courtesy of our in-house artist–cute, huh? How soon is too soon to be thinking about Christmas? Personally, I love the holiday season—not only is it a busy time for us here at Dynamic Displays, but I have a lot […]
Louvre Atlanta Commissions Inflatable Eiffel Tower
Paris’ Eiffel Tower stands at an intimidating 1,063 feet, constructed by three hundred workers for the World’s Fair in 1889. Today, the structure is one of most recognizable pieces of architecture in the world and is being considered for recognition as one of the new 7 Wonders of the World. In 2007, Dynamic Displays’ team […]
BlackBerry Inflatable Product Replica
Giant inflatables can create an especially big impression at trade shows and conventions, as BlackBerry recently proved. Dynamic Displays created several huge replicas of a couple of their recent handheld product models for indoor and outdoor display. Giant product replicas have been proven to reinforce brand recognition in the minds of passing consumers—besides that, they’re […]
Detroit Red Wings "Al the Octopus"
If you’re a Red Wings fan, you’re probably aware of Al the Octopus and the long-standing tradition of octopi attendance at Wings games. If you were at the first Red Wings vs. Nashville Predators playoffs game, then you also know about the cool new way that Al is showing his support About a month ago, […]
Harris Bank Takes to the Skies: Corporate Mascot Roars to Life!
Brand reinforcement is an important part of advertising in today’s over-saturated marketing arena. Harris Bank took some big steps to promote their brand with a 30-foot replica of their company mascot—Hubert the Lion. Hubert made his debut as a giant helium balloon on March 15, 2008 at the Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Parade, where he […]
Every Parade Day Is A Good Day
Parades are such exciting events. Throngs of people suddenly turn up on the downtown city streets, toting lawn chairs and small children, all anticipating the same thing–the magic and excitement of the parade experience. You can feel the anticipation in the morning air as step-off approaches… the floats are lining up, the bands tuning up, […]