Books, Magazines, Videos, and Other Resources

Feb 13, 2023

Books, Magazines, Videos, and Other Resources

Balloon Books and Booklets, listed by author

You can often find copies of these books at your local library. We recommend a library that has computer search and inter-library loan capabilities. Other lists of balloon books can be found on these online catalogs:

Rubber Circus


Manual of Balloon Modeling #1 Review 1
Manual of Balloon Modeling #2
Manual of Balloon Modeling #3


Comedy Magic With Balloons Review 1, 2
Entertaining With Balloons Review 1
Balloon Biz Review 1


Air-Robics Volume #1
Air-Robics Volume #2
Air-Robics Volume #3
Dr. Twistin’s Greatest Hits
Entertaining With A Twist
How to Be An Airhead


Comic’s Trip


Marvelous Miniatures Review 1, 2, 3,
More Marvelous Miniatures Review 1, 2


BINGO and Buster
Balloonimals #1
Balloonimals #2


Twillibee’s Not So Creepy Crawlers
Twillibee’s Ocean Twists


All Wind And Twists
All Wind And Twists Finale
Big Balloon Book
Blue Pencil Balloons
More Wind And Twists
Second Wind And Twists


BROGDON, Yvonne (See WAY Cool)
BROWN, Bob and John Morrissy
Balloon Busking Review 1


Balloons Over Alaska


Homer’s Rubber Bubbles


Air Heads
Balloon Basics
Cartoon Balloon Series Volume I
Cartoon Balloon Series Volume II
Cartoon Balloon Series Volume III
Heart Breakers
One Balloon Handbook
Captain Visual’s Big Book of Balloon Art Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


Color Changing Balloons
Illusion Rings
XXI Century Balloons


Texas Style Balloons


DAMON, Dwight
TV’S Original Balloonatic
TV’S Original Balloonatic Second Edition
TV’S Original Balloonatic Third Edition


DAVIS, Jimmy
One Balloon Zoo Review 1, 2, 3


DAVIS, Scott
The Book Of Balloon Art #1 Review 1
The World of Balloon Art #2


DECKER, Michael
Double Decker
Say “Hey, I Can Do This”
The Lecture
There Seems A Magic In The Very Name Of Christmas
EZ Balloons for Kids Review 1


New Twists For Balloon Workers


DEWEY, Ralph
Dewey’s Amusing Rubber Antics
Dewey’s Balloon and Clown Notebook Review 1
Dewey’s Balloon Anomalies Review 1
Dewey’s Balloon Buddies Review 1
Dewey’s Basic Balloon Sculpture Review 1
Dewey’s Bubble Buddies Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Dewey’s Celebrity Balloons Review 1,
Dewey’s Clown Notebook Review 1, 2
Dewey’s Easy Gospel Chalk Talks
Dewey’s Extra Easy Balloons
Dewey’s Gospel Balloon Routine #1 Review 1, 2, 3
Dewey’s Gospel Balloon Routine #2 Review 1, 2, 3
Dewey’s Gospel Balloon Routine #3 Review 1, 2, 3
Dewey’s Gospel Cartoon Chalk Talks
Dewey’s Gospel Cartoon Fun
Dewey’s Gospel Clown Skits
Dewey’s Mammoth Multiple Balloons Review 1, 2, 3, 4
Dewey’s New Balloon Animals Review 1, 2
Dewey’s Rubber Rascals Review 1
Dewey’s Zaney Balloons Review 1

Turtle Stuff


DUFFEK, Patrick (Pat in the Hat)
Patch Adams balloon book Review 1


FIFE, Bruce
Dr. Dropo’s Balloon Sculpturing For Beginners Review 1, 2


Flosso’s Clown Capers


Bob’s Balloon Book


FOREL, Dennis


More Magic Tricks and Science Facts Review 1


GARLOW, “Bones”
Balloon Airobics


GAUMANN, Ed (See Dingy)
Decorating With Balloons, Part 1 Review 1
Decorating With Balloons, Part II Review 1


HARDY, Marvin L.
Balloon Magic #1 Review 1, 2
Balloon Magic #2
Balloon Magic Basic Edition
Balloon Magic Deluxe Edition
Beginner’s Balloon Art Book
Balloon Oriented Magic
The 260-Q Decorator Manual Review 1
The Fascinating World of Balloon Art
Balloon Magic – 321Q Book Review 1, 2, 3
Out of the Part Time Frying Pan, Into the Full Time Fire Review 1, 2, 3
Balloon Magic Advanced 260Q Figures Review 1, 2, 3, 4
Balloon Magic – The Alphabet Book Review 1, 2


HAROLD, Jerdine Nolen
Harvey Potter’s Balloon Farm Review 1, 2, 3, 4


The Ride Inside Sculptures: Intermediate to Advanced Multi-Balloon Sculpture Designs Review 1
Two Bears, One Balloon Review 1, 2


HENRICKS, Craig and Debbie
Advanced Balloon Artistry Vol 1
Advanced Balloon Artistry Vol 2


Balloon Merry-Go-Round


Balloon Animals Review 1
Balloon cartoons and other favorites Review 1
Balloon hats & accessories Review 1
More balloon animals Review 1


I Want One Of Those Balloon Hats Review 1, 2


Dooney #1 – The Basics
Dooney #2 – Original Sculptures
Dooney #3 – Human-like Figures
Dooney #4 – Hats and Such Review 1


Professional Portfolio for Balloon Artists Review 1, 2


Dooney’s #4 (Hats and Such)


Passing Air … For Laughs
Return of the Rubber Bullet


Lamonica’s Balloon Sculpture #1
Lamonica’s Balloon Sculpture #2


LANTZ, Craig
JoyBringers Youth Balloon Ministry Manual


LEACH, Charles
Attack Of The Gooney Birds
Balloon Books Review
Balloon Hats Review 1
Signed Bill In Balloon Sculpture
Singles, Multiples And Jumbos


LESLIE, Wally Jr.
A New Enterprise In Ballooning
A New World In Ballooning
Balloons For Fun And Laughter
Crazy Balloons From Las Vegas
History of Balloon Sculpturing- mainly Wally’s opinion of 100 balloon books.


LEVIN, Richard
Eleven Balloon Menagerie


LOOS, Gerry
Christmas Wonders
Rubber Wonders


LUFF, Gerry
Gerassic Park
The Big Balloon Book


Balloon Side Show


Balloonasaurs and Dinobubbles
Enchanted Land of Balloonia
Lost City of Atlantaloon
More Balloonasaurs


Great Balloons Review 1, 2


MORRISSY, John and Bob Brown
Balloon Busking


MOSS, Larry
Twisting History Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
The Pied Piper Squeaks


Atmosphere Inflatique
Balloon Hats Vol 1 Review 1
Begin Twisting
Designer Collection
Giant Tazmanian Maneating Devil
Life on the Living Room Circuit Review 1
Making Inflation Work For You
Monkeys and Puppies and Bears, Oh My
Some Of My Favorite Hats Review 1
Some Of My Favorite Hats Volume 2 Review 1
Want To Write A Balloon Book?
Balls ‘n Balloons
Twisted Figure Clip Art Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6


PAULK, Debra
Building a Better Balloon Business Review 1


Tiny’s Balloon Animal Zoo


PAZ, Marilou D.
Balloon Hats and More Review 1


PERSSON, Eric & Marie (CHEEZO)
The Balloon Book Of Dinosaurs
The Balloon Book Of Dinosaurs Second Edition
The Balloon Book Of Dinosaurs Third Edition
X Rated Balloons


Balloon Creativity Lecture Notes
Petri’s Balloons


POWERS, Arlene (See WAY Cool)
The Balloon Book


PROSPER, Charles
How to become a balloon artist and make up to $100,000 a year Review 1


RAY, Shirley
Rainbow Balloon Book Review 1


Robins, Uncle Curt and Hugs
Too Cute To Live


SANDS, George
Encyclopedic Balloon Modeling Course #1
Encyclopedic Balloon Modeling Course #2 Review 1, 2


Basic Balloon Sculpture Review 1


Bar Room Balloons
Roger’s Rubber Ark Review 1
Roger’s Rubber Magic Volume 1
Roger’s Rubber Magic Volume 2
Roger’s Rubber Jungle Review 1


SMITH, Samuel Patrick
Big Laughs For Little People


Clowning For Children
Clowning Wherever We Can
Just For Laughs
The Clown In You


Blow by Blow Review 1, 2


One Balloon Menagerie


Awesome Balloons by Flash Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Balloontoon Elvis and The Rockin’ Maniacs


Balloon Bits


Inflation Information
Turtles & Ninjas & More


TUCKER, Janet “Jelly Bean”
Basic Gospel Messages With Balloons Review 1


Balloon Art


VAN ALMEN, William
Sparky’s One Balloon Menagerie


Fun With Balloons


WALMSLEY, Harry (See WAY Cool)
Balloon Sculpture Review 1
Bible Balloon Stories


Way Cool Balloons Review 1, 2, 3
WAY Cool Hats Review 1, 2
WAY Cool Balloon Hats: The Prequel Review 1, 2
WAY Cool Holiday Balloons Review 1, 2, 3, 4
WAY Cool Spaghetti Balloons Review 1, 2, 3, 4


WILSON, Douglas
Balloon Fun: easy to follow step-by-step instructions Review 1, 2


The Balloon Pitch


Troubles With Bubbles Review 1


Balloon Toons

A Word of Encouragement to Would-be Authors

  • T Myers writes:I know some of you are making really nice multi-balloon stuff. Do you plan to write instructions for sale? I’ve got people calling me asking for instructions to multi-balloon cartoon figures, to the airplane and the golf bag in Balloon Magic, to anything fancier than they know how to do.

    I know it is not a big market and writing a book is a pain when you are going to sell hundreds, not thousands. May I make a suggestion? Don’t write a book. Do an exploded view. Like an auto parts book. It could be one page or a poster size. It could be 9 letter pages laid out in a square or 4 legal size pages in a square. Just stick it in an envelope, don’t pay to bind a book. Keep the instructions to a minimum and the drawing to a maximum. Keep the production costs to a minimum and the information to a maximum. Don’t expect to sell it to beginners but make it accurate enough for a twister to figure out. Something like that could sell for $4 or $5 retail, $2 to $2.50 wholesale and would cost you $1 to make once you’ve made your original.

    One of these isn’t going to make you much money, but it shouldn’t cost you much to do and it will get your name out there. Besides, if you’ve got 1 new figure to show you probably have more. If you had 15 or 20 of these it could make a nice little extra income. You only have to do one at a time so it is a do-able project. Go ahead, do one every 2 months for the next 4 years. Just get started; your adoring fans are waiting.

    If you want to your instructions to sell, have something unique to offer.

    If the main goal is to get across information, the clearer and cleaner the media, the easier the communication. Being in order, making sense, being concise, with clean drawings, sound and/or visual makes communication easier. The more effort you put into being clear, the more effective your instructions will be.

    About books and cartoon characters: when you start getting complicated, it is so much easier to do a video than a book that there is not much in the way of books.

    I’ve got a book called “Want to Write a Balloon Book?” if you are interested in what I think about the self-written balloon book market. Topics I think would work are Christian Applications, Christmas (or any Holiday) Balloons, Extra Fancy Multi Balloon, Bits, Tricks and Routines, Stories using Balloons, Working Balloons, Hats, Etc. If you want to compare your publishing efforts look at Capt. Visual’s Big Book of Balloon Art and the Qualatex Books as the most professional approach. They are not self-written but they are examples of all around good books. T. Myers

  • balloon book illustrations: I’ve seen a variety of methods, (i.e. photos, computer drawings, hand drawings, ASCII, etc.) but am still unsure of which is “best”. Photos would be great, but is that the most cost effective way? How about computer drawings? What software would you use?
  • I am that rare breed, a balloon twister/illustrator. In my never-to-be-humble opinion, photos are best for showing the completed balloon, but not for the step-by-step process. It’s almost impossible to make out what’s going on in a photo, given the usually atrocious quality of the average book printing. I would recommend line-art illustrations. It doesn’t matter whether they’re drawn by hand or on a computer, as long as they’re clean. I wouldn’t try to do it with ASCII art, since that’s like trying to eat spaghetti with a hammer. You can do it, but it’s not easy or pretty.

Balloon Videos, listed by author

(Use the “find” feature of your browser to search for a title)

Other lists of balloon videos can be found on these online catalogs:

If you have an online catalog full of balloon-related videos by various authors and would like it listed here, please contact Mark at

AMAR, Michael
Michael Aamar’s Tape on Pricing Magic Review 1


Twist Rattle & Roll Balloons Review 1


Blumbo’s Balloonology and more… – Vol. I Review 1


Conwin Masterpiece Series
The Art of Balloon Canopies From Simple to Sensational Review 1
Selling the Magic, plus Tips, Tricks & Time Savers! Review 1, 2
Classic Decor with Ideas Galore Review 1, 2
Beginner’s Guide to Decorating with Balloons Review 1
Wedding Workshop in a Box Review 1, 2
Operating A Successful Retail Balloon Business Review 1
Bridal Fairs and Beyond Review 1
Beautiful Balloon Weddings from the Ceremony to the Celebration Review 1


DECKER, Michael
A Christmas Balloon Video Review 1


HARDY, Marvin L.
Balloon Magic – Basic Edition
Balloon Magic – Professional Edition


Some Assembly Required Vol. 1 – Hats All Folks Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Some Assembly Required Vol. 2 – CHARACTER-istic POP ART Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Some Assembly Required Vol. 3 – Birds and Buds Review 1, 2, 3, 4
Some Assembly Required Vol. 4 – Beasts and Bugs Review 1, 2, 3
Some Assembly Required Vol. 5 – Gray and Brown Good Buddies Review 1, 2, 3
Some Assembly Required Vol. 6 – Folk Art Review 1
Some Experience Necessary! Vol 1 – Hats All Folks Part 2 Review 1
Some Experience Necessary! Vol 2 – The People’s Choice Awards Review 1, 2
Some Experience Necessary! Vol 3 – Birds & Buds The Mini-series – Chapter 2 Review 1
Some Experience Necessary! Vol 4 – Get Those Ooh’s &amp Ah’s! Review 1
Some Experience Necessary! Vol 5 Review 1
Some Experience Necessary! Vol 6 Review 1
“Get A Grip!” Ministries – Christ on the Cross Review 1
“Get A Grip!” Ministries – Tree of Knowledge Review 1
“Get A Grip!” Ministries – Pockets of Praise Review 1, 2, 3
“Get A Grip!” Ministries – Pockets of Praise II Review 1
“Get A Grip!” Ministries – Special Effects Ballooning: A Combination Secular & Ministry Video Review 1


Ballooney Toones


Airnimations Review 1, 2, 3, 4
Airnimations 2 Review 1, 2


Balloon Sculpture Made Easy Review 1


LESLIE, Wally Jr.
Creative Ballooning For Everyone


LEVIN, Richard
Balloon Animal Safari Review 1


L’il John
Entertaining With Balloons Review 1


MACKEY, Anthony
Balloon Man & Co. Review 1


Atmosphere Inflatique – Vol 1
Balloon Sculpture 101


MOSS, Larry
Flying an Octopus Review 1, 2


PICARD, Micheal
Balloon Creations


Qualatex Balloon Network (QBN)
Volume 1: Mastering the Basics Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8
Volume 2: The Art of Balloon Arrangements Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8
Volume 3: A Foundation for Balloon Decor Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8
Volume 4: Strategies for Balloon Delivery Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8
Volume 5: The Business Side of Balloons Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8


ROBINS, Uncle Curt and Hugs
Creatures from the Bottom of my Mind Review 1, 2, 3, 4
Seredipity Boppity Boo! Review 1, 2
Uncle Curt’s Hatstravaganza Review 1


SORELL, Royal and Patty
Volume 1 – The Basics Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Volume 2 – Dynamic Interactive Cranial Decorations (Balloon Hats) Review 1, 2, 3, 4
Volume 2 – Taking the Leap From Balloon Animals to Balloon Sculpture Review 1, 2, 3


SMITH, Stephen R.
Party Fun For Kids


Tricky the Clown
Balloon Sculpture Made Easy Review 1


Bruce Walden’s “Balloon School” Videos:

&#35 1 High Speed Basics

&#35 2 Murals, Logos & Sculptures
&#35 3 Exploding Balloons & Other Special Effects Review 1
&#35 4 Making More Money
&#35 5 Centerpieces Part A: Design Review 1
&#35 6 Centerpieces Part B: Production Review 1
&#35 7 SDS, Topiaries & Foil Sculptures
&#35 8 Lights, Animation &amp Amazing Drops Review 1
&#35 9 Figure Tying Part A Review 1, 2, 3, 4
&#35 10 Figure Tying Part B Review 1, 2, 3, 4
&#35 11 Balloon People Review 1, 2
&#35 12 Balloons on Parade Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
The Hi-Float Video (Hi-Float Company) Review 1, 2
The Qualatex Premium Balloon Stem Kit for Florists Video (Pioneer Balloon Company)

A Word of Encouragement to Would-be Video Stars

  • So you think you have a lot of unique sculptures and would like to share them? Make and market a balloon twisting video.
  • [point] My first suggestion would be to WRITE A SCRIPT first. Know what you are going to say and do BEFORE you do it. Make a few home videos to see if what you are saying and doing are truly understandable. Also think about why other people would need your video. What is your video going to offer that no other video has? Are you just copying what is already out there?Have the video filmed with professional equipment. A home video is not good enough in my opinion. You could spend a lot of money and have a local videography company tape you or… Contact the local High School Media Department and see if the students want to take your tape on as a project. You could give them a percentage of the sales as a donation to the school or you could donate something that the school might need. When taping the video, make sure that the squeaking does not interfere with what you are saying. Also make sure that the camera gets close enough to actually see what you are doing. When it’s time to duplicate your master, I’m sure that the school will know of places to do that.
  • [counterpoint] If I tried to line out a script for each of my videos, I would “WRITE” the life out of what I wanted to accomplish. The videos I produce would not be what they are. I doubt that I would sell as many as I do if I started boxing my”SELF” in with a prescribed process. If you can afford to lay out the kind of $$$ that it takes to rent professional equipment, then go for it! I chose to go low budget and have 7 videos on the open market. I could not have gotten that many out if I had been renting top dollar equipment and the manpower to run it. If I had the $$$ to spare, I’d shoot Quality, too……….but I am pumping them out low budget, and folks are buying them, so it’s a question you’ll have to ask & answer for yourself. The schools out this way charge about 20% lower than the business community. That’s still way out of my ballpark.
  • Be sure and turn off all air, heat, and/or other things that have a low level droning. Rest assured that they will be picked up by the high “AND” low dollar equipment.
  • Shop around before you settle with anyone to duplicate your tapes. Get a good price, but be sure quality of service are included. Another mistake that will hurt you is % of bad tapes returned. One distributor even suggested a new company for me to go to because of too many returned tapes.
  • I would add only one other thing. Write a letter to or get on the phone to T.Myers. He sells more balloon entertainer related materials, I believe, than anyone in the world. In fact, I’d venture to guess, most of us who successfully put out balloon books and tapes, sell more to him than we do on our own. At least, I know that I do. Send him a home shot tape of you teaching something and ask him to critique it for saleability. If he thinks you have something to sell, you’ll know. He’ll incourage you if there’s $$$ to be made.
  • T Myers writes: If you want to your instructions to sell, have something unique to offer.If the main goal is to get across information, the clearer and cleaner the media, the easier the communication. Being in order, making sense, being concise, with clean drawings, sound and/or visual makes communication easier. The more effort you put into being clear, the more effective your instructions will be.

    This does not mean it has to be perfect to get your instructions across. Squeaking, sloppy camera work and going off subject or looking like family vacation movies make it harder to understand but the instructions can still come through. I try to honestly describe the item in the catalog and I’ll say if it is living room quality. A statment like that will not increase sales. But if I can also say, the figure is outrageously wonderful, sales will increase. In the end, it is the unique figure that is most important. You are not making a movie, you are trying to get across instructions.

    Putting together a video is kind of like approaching doing a kids show. You have to be everything. The Director, the Light Man, the Makeup Lady, the Writer, the Producer, Promotions, Camera, Editing, Props, Everything. The more effort you put into each area of expertise, the better you will do overall.

    If you are paying/requesting help or renting equipment, you want to know what you are going to do before the time clock starts. The more practice you put in the less time it will take in the studio and the less it will cost.

    Like doing a show, if you rely solely on your wit, you will have hours of mediocrity with minutes of inspriation. If you remember those moments over a couple of years, you can string them together into a reasonable show. I’d suggest the more planning and practicing you do the easier it is to identify and correct problem areas as they appear in performance.

    Because we are a niche, low $ market, it is difficult to pay professional help and stay within budget. I mark up books and videos “100%”. If a video sells for $30, I pay $15. New video sales may be from 100 to 400 in a year. Certainly not 1000’s. You can look into production and reproduction costs without actually spending money so you can start to make a guess about costs and sales.

    I’m interested in seeing any and all twisting videos. If you ask for a critique I’m happy to give my opinion.

Balloon, Clown, and Magician Publications (listed by title)

Other lists of balloon magazines can be found on these online catalogs:

  • Business of Balloons Pty Ltd.

If you have an online catalog full of balloon-related magazines and would like it listed here, please contact Mark at

Balloon Images

Pioneer Balloon Company
5000 E. 29th St. North
Wichita, KS 67220-2111 USA
To receive a free subscription, e-mail:
To purchase back issues, call:

Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Balloon Journal

Amy Stewart’s Balloon Journal
Post Office Box 6250
Beverly Hills, California 90212
$25 for one year (six issues)
$27.06 in California (US only at this time)
“100%” money-back guarantee at any time.

Review 1

Balloon Magic – The Magazine

Pioneer Balloon Company
5000 E. 29th St. North
Wichita, Kansas 67220
$24/year, 4 issues/year, 24 page magazine.
back issues are available from Pioneer.
Call: 1-800-865-4603

Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Balloons & Parties

Life O’ The Party and PartiLife Publications
40 Burlews Court
Hackensack, NJ 07601 USA
phone 201-342-2121 and 201-441-4224
fax 201-342-8118
$29.95 for a one year subscription
$45.00 for a two year special
Mention the BHQ subscription special rate when calling

Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8 9


Editor: Don Dixon, CBA
Published by: Business of Balloons
PO Box 6868 Parramatta BC NSW 2150
Telephone: 61-2-98981544
Fax: 61-2-98981963
A quarterly colour newsletter / magazine
(published Jan, April, July, Oct)
FREE to balloon businesses in Australia and NZ
US$22.00/year to businesses in USA and Canada.
Interested advertisers should contact the editor.
Editorial contributions welcome.

Review 1

Balloons-N-Fun Times Newspaper

8733 Kraft Road
Pocatello,ID 83204
Phone: (208) 232-7925 or (208) 232-7160
Fax: (208) 232-5030 or (208) 232-5032
4 Issues – 20-24 pages 10×16 image area.
8 pages of FULL COLOR!
Only $20.00.

Review 1

Clown Alley

International Shrine Clown Assn.
P.O. Box 878
Safety Harbor, FL 34695

Clowning Around

The World Clown Association
Administrative Office
418 South Sixth Street
Pekin, Illinois 61554

Event Solutions

3300 N. Central Ave.
Suite 2500
Phoenix, AZ 85012

Review 1

Florist’s Review

$39 per year

Review 1, 2, 3


Laugh Makers

Fun Technicians
Post Office Box 160
Syracuse, NY 13215
bi-monthly ~ $40/yr
Phone: 315/492-4523

Review 1, 2

Linking Ring


13337 E. South St., #310
Cerritos, Ca 90701
$35./yr monthly issues
phn/fax: 310 860 1508

The Magic Menu

Review 1


PO Box 510260
St. Louis, MO 63151
Subscriptions are through membership
to the Society of American Magicians

The New Calliope

Clowns of America International
3107 Summit Street
Sioux City, IA 61104

The Party Shopper

Festivities Publications, Inc.
815 Haines St.
Jacksonville, Florida 32206
phone (904) 634-1902
fax (904) 633-8764

Party Times Magazine (First published as “Balloon World”)

Plaza Publishing Ltd
3 Rectory Grove
London SW4 ODX
Telephone 44-0171-819-1200
Fax 44-0171-735-2009
US Subscription Rate – 45 Pounds Sterling
Bi-monthly publication

Review 1, 2, 3

Party & Paper

70 New Canaan Ave.
Norwalk, CT 06850
$39 per year

Review 1

Special Events Magazine

Miramar Communications
23815 Stuart Ranch Road
P.O. Box 8987
Malibu, CA 90265-8987
310-317-9644 (fax)

Review 1, 2, 3

True Inflations

(out of print)

T. Myers Magic
5009 Parker Bend
Austin, Texas 78734
8 page newsletter
$6 for 6 issues in the US
$12 for 6 issues outside the US
3 times a year

Review 1, 2

Weddings With Style

54861 Elder Road
Mishawaka, IN 46545
phone: (219) 259-1557
Fax: (219) 259-1560

Review 1, 2, 3, 4


MOSS, Larry

Attack of the 50 Foot Demon: Twisting techniques for large scale balloon art Review 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Balloonicature: The many faces of balloon art Review 1 2

DG 3/14/96
MB 1/3/97
MB 4/27/97
LM 3/9/98
SMB 8/6/98
SMB 10/15/99