如何成为 Gemar® 大使?
鲁兹是通过Funny Balloons 接触到Gemar®产品的，这最终启发了她来教授气球展示艺术。她在佛罗里达州拥有一家绝妙的商店，那里出售各种各样美丽的、色彩多样、形状独特、尺寸齐全的优质Gemar气球。
2014年，他加入了Gemar®在匈牙利的分销商Funny Box Kft.。他对气球怀有无限激情-他在匈牙利各地制造了许多大型的气球造型。
27-year-old Viktor Polgár from Zalaegerszeg in Hungary, has dedicated over 15 years of his life to bringing a smile to those around him through his work, hobby and passion of balloon art. Creating eye-catching balloon
figures, sculptures and decorations that have detail as well as extravagance – Viktor’s work is both spectacular and impressive.
He creates over 100 displays every year, supported by his small team from West Hungary. In addition, he loves to share his passion by training others to do the same. He continues to expand his repertoire by continuously
developing new creations and pushing boundaries with one intention – to bring a smile to people’s faces.
杂志主编塔蒂亚娜·彼得罗夫纳·列维纳（Tatiana Petrovna Levina）很快就选中她，主编赏识她的天赋，并决定帮助伊琳娜获得学习，发展和向世界展示自己能力的最佳机会。
在乌克兰的国际航空设计节ODESSA BALLOON FEST上她展现了出色的组织能力，最终以Humorina游行队伍达到高潮结尾，是一场展示创意创新的壮观盛会。
她决定创立高级儿童派对品牌“ Recreaciones Estrellas magicas”。
尤利受过像吉多·韦尔霍夫（Guido Verhoef）这样的世界著名气球艺术家的培训，并继续与伊琳娜·洛巴诺娃、安那托利（Anatoly）、谢尔盖·舍甫琴科（Sergey Shevchenko）、亚历克斯·埃尔南德斯（Alex Hernández）和鲁兹·帕兹等人一起拓宽了自己的艺术视野。
作为 Balloons by Lia Leottau 的老板，莉亚是一位敏锐的女商人，她用自己的才华征服了全球受众。莉亚私下里一有时间就会去听音乐，去跳舞，与朋友们打成一片。从舞池中感受到的活力和欢乐在她的作品气质和形态上得到了很好的体现，而这些作品是真正地最好的气球艺术。
In 2013 Denis was working in a restaurant when, quite by chance, he discovered that one of his customers was a balloon artist and was looking for employees. Intrigued, Denis agreed to give balloon modelling a try. Little did he know that he was beginning a journey that would soon see him among the best in the world!
A few years later, Denis was working on a difficult project and was looking for help. Several people recommended that he contact Ran Nitka and it proved to be a wonderful recommendation.
Denis and Ran made a fantastic team and were soon working together regularly.
As a child, Ran had been diagnosed with a condition that caused his eyesight to deteriorate, but Denis says that at first he didn’t truly understand what that would mean. Unfortunately he would find out two years later. The pair were working on a spectacular design for a balloon conference when Ran lost his remaining sight and became completely blind.
It was a difficult time for Ran but Denis was not prepared to let his friend flounder. Instead he reassured Ran that he wouldn’t allow him to leave the world of balloon art, and would act as Ran’s eyes if he had to. It was a generous act of friendship and one which Ran will never forget.
Now the pair work together and have big ambitions. No matter what, they will continue to conquer new peaks and make their dreams a reality.
Ran is one of our Isralian Ambassadors and is a man with a truly inspiring story. Born with retina atrophy in both eyes, he was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at a very young age. This meant that his sight would slowly deteriorate and he would become completely blind.
After 20 years working in logistics Ran realised that he would soon be forced to leave his job as his eyesight got progressively worse, but he had no idea what he could do instead.
A chance encounter led to Ran discovering the joy and creativity of balloon art. He began with the simple shapes of all new balloon artists, twisting dogs and hearts, but very quickly realised that this was something he could be passionate about. Within a few days he was determined to be one of the best balloon artists in the world.
Over the years that followed Ran practiced his new art, developing his creativity as well as technical skills. He won competitions and became well known as a talented balloon artist.
It was then that the inevitable happened and Ran finally became completely blind. It was a very difficult time and he considered giving up his beloved balloons, as he couldn’t imagine continuing with his design work.
Luckily for all of us Ran’s colleague Dennis Gretzbein told him “You’re not leaving the field, even if I have to give you my eyes” and ever since that day the pair have worked together, with Dennis acting as Ran’s eyes.
Ran believes that as a blind person he follows a different thought process to those who can see. His imagination breaks boundaries, seeing the completed work before it has even been started. His ambition is to be one of the ten most influential balloon artists in the world, to inspire people to believe in themselves and make their dreams a reality no matter what obstacles they face.
Ran transformed his own life with balloon art, and he will continue to touch many more.
Tamiplipe’s unusual name was given to him by his young daughter, who couldn’t pronounce Jean-Philippe.
In 2008 “Tampilipe Le Magnifique” was created, originally as a street artist. He enjoyed entertaining passers by with fakir and juggling, but it wasn’t long before Tampilipe discovered the joy of balloons.
Tampilipe was captivated first by balloon sculpture, then by decor and he uses his skills to create beautiful pieces that can make any occasion truly magical.
For a few years balloon modelling was little more than a wonderful hobby, but a hobby that grew and grew! Transforming people’s parties was great fun, but it took up more and more time until Tampilipe was forced to choose.
Either give up balloons, or make them his career. Luckily for us, he chose to invest in balloon art, giving up other work and learning from some of the top balloon artists.
These days he travels all over Switzerland, and beyond, creating stunning decor for shopping centers, corporate spaces and private events. Tampilipe believes that if he can imagine something, see it with his mind, then he can create it with balloons, and we think he’s probably right about that.