7. Suspended Bride
This photo by Morlotti Studio shows a bride arriving at her wedding with the help of a few balloons
8. Up Live Exhibition
In 2016, a disabled artist was lifted off the ground by the force of 20,000 helium balloons in St. Leonard's Church, Shoreditch. Noëmi Lakmaier, a Vienna-born artist, attempted the feat for a performance art piece called Cherophobia. The 48-hour long performance was part of Unlimited, a festival celebrating the work of disabled artists.
9. Floating Chair
As a follow up to the Balloon Bench, Japanese design Satoshi Itasaka of h220430 has created the Balloon Chair. It, too, appears to be suspended in mid-air, beneath ten helium balloons. This whimsical piece of furniture is a lot sturdier than it seems—the balloons are made of fibre-reinforced plastic and the chair fixes to a wall.
The chair is inspired by 1950s French film Le Ballon Rouge and seeks to recreate the feeling of floating above the city as experienced by the movie's protagonist.
10. Up House Cluster Balloon
Adventurer Jonathan Trappe has launched a house into the sky with a cluster of balloons, just like in the movie Up. He lifted off in the cartoon-themed house at the Leon International Balloon festival in Mexico. Trappe, who became the first person to cross the English Channel using cluster balloons, used the event as a warm-up for his planned transatlantic flight scheduled for next summer.
According to oddee.com