Date | 5.2019

Light was once considered a metaphysical symbol of something greater than god, greater than humans, but through the development of modern science, it has been identified as waves and particles. Once dismissed by science and technology, the idea that light is a metaphysical force is gaining attention once again.
When light is viewed microscopically, the light particles, though separated, are strangely moving in unison as if they were communicating telepathically. When the world is viewed macroscopically, light paints a picture onto a canvas of continents, in a dynamic depiction of an enormous life form, of movement, and of flow. It is sending a message that surpasses human understanding.
It is perhaps that the new visual experiences and knowledge bestowed upon us by science and technology give more depth and creativity to the mystery of natural life. To know light in our modern existence is to stand before the origin of life and question its meaning once again.

Size (HIKARI | W364×H515mm×2)


Date | 12.8 (Sat.) - 12.20 (Thu.), 2018
Time | 11:00 - 20:00
Venue | House of Genius Tokyo
Address | 5-2-12 R2-A, Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 171-00262
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Based on Moncler's iconic down, MONCLER GENIUS is an ongoing project involving the work of eight groups of world-renowned creators. This revolutionary project has also lead to the creation of the concept store, HOUSE OF GENIUS, which has opened in Minami Aoyama and New York.
A limited special event called 6 MONCLER NOIR KEI NINOMIYA, featuring the elaborate designs and experimental approach of Noir Kei Ninomiya, was held from 12/8 (Saturday). DAISY BALLOON created the installations, including the works Cocoon (Mayu), Error Monduck, and Rubber Monduck. Customers who purchased NOIR KEI NINOMIYA items received a 6 MONCLER Rubber Monduck gift (NOIR KEI NINOMIYA × DAISY BALLOON).

Size (Cocoon | W1500×H3400mm (Photo 2), Error Monduck | W1300×H2100mm (Photo 3), Rubber Monduck | W172×H193mm (Photo 4)
Photographer | Masaki Ogawa


Date | 11.22 (Thu.) - 12.3 (Mon.), 2018
Time | 10:00 - 21:00
Venue | Parco Museum Ikebukuro PARCO 7F
Address | 1-28-2, Minami-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-0022

Organizer | PARCO, Special Thanks | Graphic, SABIA, Miki Murakawa Architects, OKUBO TATAMI, Supervision | Soshin Kimura, Visual Design | Kosuke Kawamura, Space Design | Asano-Izue Architect Office

Exhibiting Artists | Masumi Ishikawa, GO ITAMI, IMAITOONZ, TARO URYU, Keisuke Iwae, OHGUSHI, KANAKO SASAKI, Tadaomi Shibuya, Satoshi Hara, Hiroo Suzuki, Kotaro Chiba, Choji Beniko, Emiko Kobayashi, DAISY BALLOON, D.K.Z (Kosuke Kawamura & HAMADARAKA), NANANANO, RISA FUKUI, Kahori Maki & Shiho Minami, MAI MIYAKE, RIBBONESIA

Exhibiting Artisan | Kyo-Uchita Aiba, Enami, Hirokazu Mizushima, Nakamura Sotoji Komuten, KEIKOU NISHIMURA URUSHI ART STUDIO, HIYOSHIYA, Miyawaki Baseman, Teruhisa Yamamoto

Vibes | Humans are born as creatures with an inner space.
We have the innate ability to pick up vibrations emitted by the world such as sounds, tastes, smells, colors, and shapes.
However, unawares, we become eager to fill our inner space with whatever it may be.
Although we are able to enjoy creativity and feel delicate vibrations by staying empty
we eventually come to fear this state of emptiness.

All matter that exists in space moves from a state of disorder to order.
In this world of inherent disorder, our inner space must travel through a vacuum of emotions to pick up unseen vibrations that are different from ourselves, which are necessary to make harmony with disorder.

Vibes are the pure form of voice
Vibes are the aura of what exists
Vibes are the subconscious memories
Vibes are the symbol of brilliance
Vibes are the existence of the world represented as light

Materials | Rubber Balloon, lacquer | W450×D70 (Vibes 1), W150×D70 (Vibes 2), W40×D90 (Vibes 3), W40 (Vibes 4),
Photographer | GO ITAMI


Date | 8.16 (Thu.) - 8.30 (Thu.), 2018
Venue | World Financial Center
Address | No.1 East 3rd Ring Middle Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
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The project supported Orbis Kids Sight Programs in Mainland China |

Organaized | World Financial Center, Created | AllRightsReserved, Artwork | DAISY BALLOON, Sponsored | théATRE, China Internet Nationwide Financial Services inc., king&wood mallesons, KWM artcenter, TianAnLife, Partner Charity Organaizations | Orbis International, SHANGHAI UNITED FOUNDATION

We believe the Japanese word IRODORI not only refers to the balance of colors, but has a deeper meaning that symbolizes age old culture that has taken root and has survived from generations past.
In this installation, we imagined our diverse world of IRODORI and represented a powerful burst of life energy from the center outwards. In life, small particles of energy spread into the vast world which then intertwine with nature and the atmosphere, making way for connections to the next generation. This work is a visual representation of this magnificent process.
(IRODORI Size | W10×H12×D20m)


Date | 6.20 (Wed) - 6.24 (Sun), 2018
Time | 9:00 - 18:00
Venue | Meiji Jingu Gaien
Address | Nagayama 2-10, Asahikawa-city, Hokkaido 079-8412
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In this work, we wanted to create a story about the relationship between “past and future” and “people and forest” that is present in Asahikawa. The story has three parts: The culture and customs of Asahikawa, the coexistence of people and the forest, and the metaphor that represents the birth of Asahikawa Furniture. Snow, forest, and people, which are the symbols of Asahikawa intermingle to create a cohesive shining mass. We hope you can feel the light that Asahikawa Furniture shines into the world.
Harmony | The snowmelt seeping into the land is a representation of the harmony created through the nature and people of Asahikawa (Photo 1).
Hito to Mori | The symbols of Asahikawa—snow, forest, people—each shine in their own way and come together to form a magnificent light (Photo 2).
(Harmony Size | 14m)


Date | 6.1 (Fri.) - 6.10 (Sun.), 2018
Time | 10:00 - 22:00
Venue | Central Embassy – OPEN HOUSE (6F)
Address | 1031 Ploenchit Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
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Forward | We wanted to express a powerful vector aimed toward the future, which was something we felt when we visited Thailand. We focused on the individual life force, which becomes the force that moves an enormous societal system. From a microscopic perspective, this abundant energy that flows all throughout society may seem like independent bodies moving aimlessly, but we believe they are life forms existing within the vast backdrop of Thai culture. We, daisy balloon, believe that people exist as people/individuals while at the same time representing society/the greater whole. Our work is a representation of this idea where humans take on life and go through initiations at each life stage: birth, growth, chance encounters, cooperation, and creation.


Date | 2.24 (Sat) - 2.25 (Sun), 2018
Time | 10:00 - 19:00 (24), 10:00 - 17:00 (25)
Address | 4-9-8, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
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Exhibiting Artists | Masanobu Ishii, Shinya Kiyokawa, Daisy Balloon, Kazumasa Teshigawara, Ai Yoshida
Organizer | Meiji Co., Ltd., Special Thanks | The Asahi Shimbun Company, Switch Publishing Co., Ltd, D.M.Takayoshi Yoshida

Bridge|We, DAISY BALLOON, focused on dendritic cells that travel along the two antigen pathways of "natural immunity" and "acquired immunity" within our bodies. Dendritic cells attack pathogens that enter our bodies in the form of natural immunity, but more importantly, they also act as the bridge that provides the data for creating new acquired immunity. Living organisms have evolved to have "natural immunity" while at the same time continuing to create "acquired immunity" and we were drawn to this idea of acting as a bridge where information gets transferred along like a baton.


Date | 1. 2018
Shooting|(Movie) 2. 2018, (Costume) 9. 2018

Balloon | DAISY BALLOON, Photographer (Costume) | Masaki Ogawa

SHISEIDO "PROFESSIONAL MANIFESTO" We created the wardrobe for this movie.
The focus is on the surface expansion capabilities of balloons and how they transform through three different processes.


Date | 12.22 (Fri) - 12.24 (Sun), 2017
Time | 15:00 - 21:00 (22), 10:00 - 20:00 (23, 24)
Christmas lights up|16:00 –
Venue | Meiji Jingu Gaien
Address | 2-3, Kasumigaokacho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0013
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Christmas event, AOYAMA CHRISTMAS FOREST, will be held at Meiji Jingu Gaien from Friday, Dec.
22 - Sunday, Dec. 24. Daisy Balloon will decorate a 13-meter fir tree with balloon shell ornaments.


Date | 12.9 (Sat) – 12.25 (Mon). 2017
Christmas lights up|17:00 – 28:00
Venue | Hotel Anteroom Kyoto (Main entrance | Bar lounge)
Address | 7 Aketacho, Higashi-Kujo, Minami-Ku, Kyoto. 601-8044
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From Saturday, Dec. 9, balloon shells that symbolize 'lakes' will be on display at the main entrance/bar lounge of Hotel Anteroom Kyoto. From Tuesday, Dec. 12, there will be a display of balloon shells representing 'the sun' at Tokyo Aoyama Glocal Cafe. Both will be displayed until the 25th (Monday).
(Balloon Shell Size | W2200×H1100mm)


Date | 11.29 (Wed.) - 12.25 (Mon.), 2017
Time | Illumination | 10:30 - 23:30
Address | 10-1, Ginza 6-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061

GSIX XMAS: Mirror Bell Dress DAISY BALLOON will be on display at the entrance of GINZA SIX from 11/29 (Wednesday) to 12/25 (Monday).
The Christmas bell shape is made from mirrored ornaments that shine bright and reflect the people and scenery of Ginza.
Height: 4m, location: Chuo-Dori entrance (4-Chome)


Date | 11.16 (Thu.) - 12.25 (Mon.), 2017
Time | 11:00 - 23:00, Illumination | 17:00 - 24:00
Venue | Dai Nagoya Building
Address | 3-28-12, Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-city, Aichi-ken 450-6490

Direction | Asami Kiyakawa

We represent the imaginary dream world of a young girl, based on the theme of "Dreaming for Christmas." The brightness that bursts from the core (symbolizing light), and the transparent spiral that wraps it (symbolizing consciousness) are the layers that form the girl's dream.


Date | 8.31 (Sun.), 2017
Time | 17:30 –
Venue | Ishinomaki-city Oginohama
Movie |

SETLIST|M1-Gogh Remix ver、M2-Momotaro Remix ver、M3-Marco Polo Remix ver
©Reborn-Art Festival 2017

DAISY BALLOON created the costumes for Wednesday Campanella's performance at Reborn-Art Festival 2017 "a program featuring 51 days of music at various locations." The Reborn-Art Festival Ojika Village location will become the stage on which we present a real time look at balloons taking shape alongside natural objects over time.


Date | 8.18 (Fri.) - 9.3 (Sun.), 2017
Time | 10:00 - 21:00 (Mon. - Sat.), 10:00 - 20:00 (Sun., Holiday)
Venue | SEIBU SHIBUYA, Building A, 7th Floor, Special Event Venue
Address | 21-1, Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8330
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Sponsor | SEIBU SHIBUYA, Cooperation | Image/SIGNO, DAISY BALLOON, Sho Konishi, Space Composition | Junji Tanigawa (JTQ), Graphic | HITSFAMILY, Video | Soshi Nakamura, Sound | Kei Komatsu, Special Thanks to Shojinmeat, Taisuke Shimanuki

The exhibition “bionic by sputniko!” which showcases the future of biotechnological fashion, is coming to Seibu Shibuya. This exhibition is based on the notion of “what if the future brings clothing created through biological technology?” and is an experimental installation (showing growth during the exhibition) that considers fashion as an extension of the human body that can be generated biologically.
Daisy Balloon will present futuristic fashion adapted to four life scenarios: self-generation (sleep), the ability to extend our bodies to swim efficiently (exercise), to challenge our tastes and TPO (dating), and to give color to a brilliant moment of our lives (wedding).


Date | 8.29 (Tue) - 8.31 (Thu), 2017
Time | 12:00 - 19:00 (29・30), 11:00 - 17:00 (31)
Venue | Le Hall TOGO
Address | Park Dourt Jingumae 2F, 1-4-20, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001

The skull, which has been the brand logo of MARK&LONA, celebrating their 10th anniversary, has been represented in 3D. Using geometric placement and the shadows of each piece, the skull gives off a different expression depending on the viewing angle.
(Skull Size | W1700×H2200mm)

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