In the Wall Street Journal

The front-page of the October 7, 2009 WSJ has a nice article about the ever-changing field of balloon artistry. Todd, along with several of his friends, is featured in the piece: Hyperinflation: Balloon Twisters Stretch the Limits of Latex Art

Twisting Balloons in China

Twistin’ Todd is currently performing in Hangzou, China for Golden Week (celebrating China’s 60th anniversary). He is performing on the “Big Stage” every morning, building exhibition/display pieces throughout the day, and also strolling in “Interactive Land” with the thousands of Chinese visitors to the festival. Here is a short video of Todd strolling with a … Read more

Todd appears on WPIX

Balloon Magician Todd Neufeld stopped by WPIX Channel 11 in New York City to make patriotic balloon creations and talk about his upcoming visit to the White House to entertain at their Fourth of July bash.

Fantastic Flying Octopus

The first piloted balloon sculpture flew over Lake Ontario on July 19, 2003. Larry Moss lead a team of world-class balloon artists in building the largest non-round balloon sculpture ever, with a total 18,000-20,000 balloons. Balloon pilot John Ninomiya came from California to fly the sculpture. I was honored to be a member of this … Read more

Lady Liberty at Fanny Hall

Lady Liberty and US Flag by Royal and Todd

These two sculptures were made on October 3, 2001 by Todd Neufeld, Royal Sorell, and Lee Brusa (not pictured below) at historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace.  During construction donations were collected for the September 11th fund.  Sadly, not a lot donations were received.  Simultaneously, balloon artists around the world were volunteering their skills as part of Balloons … Read more