When sea creatures take to the air

This aquatic wonderland - made with 100,000 inflated balloons - at the Central Atrium of Marina Square was assembled by 45 world-class balloon artists from nine countries. They took four days to complete the display, which features marine creatures s
ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI
This aquatic wonderland - made with 100,000 inflated balloons - at the Central Atrium of Marina Square was assembled by 45 world-class balloon artists from nine countries. They took four days to complete the display, which features marine creatures s
ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI

This aquatic wonderland - made with 100,000 inflated balloons - at the Central Atrium of Marina Square was assembled by 45 world-class balloon artists from nine countries. They took four days to complete the display, which features marine creatures such as starfish, turtles and a red octopus. The gigantic octopus was awarded the Largest Single Sculpture Made of Balloons in the Singapore Book Of Records. The exhibition is on until March 19.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 14, 2017, with the headline 'When sea creatures take to the air'. Print Edition | Subscribe