ABOUT US


AirDD has been the Leading Designer & Manufacturer
of Decorative Inflatable Elements Since 1986.

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1981: Airtubes – First Product Line Created

1984: Olympic Games, Los Angeles

1986: The Statue of Liberty Centennial Celebration, New York City , Jacob Javitz Center – Grand Opening, New York City, AirDD – Air Dimensional Design Officially in Business

1988: Olympic Games, Korea – Nike, World Expo Brisbane, Australia

1992: World Expo Seville, Spain / Specialty Events Magazine Awards / Award of Excellence

1995: Izmailovsky Kremlin, Moscow – (known as the Russian Disneyland)

1996: Olympic Games, Atlanta – Closing Ceremony / ISES Esprit Awards (International Special Events Society) / Best Industry Related Contribution / IAAPA (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions)

Annual Convention and Trade Show – Nov. 19-23, 1996 – NOLA: Honorable Mention – Best Exhibit, Show Production, and Entertainment / Dynamic Inflatables, Including Fly Guys – 2 nd Product Line to be Created

1997: Fuji Television Building, Tokyo – Grand Opening / ISES LA-La Awards, Los Angeles (International Special Events Society) / Best Floral or Balloons / IFAI International Achievement Awards (Industrial Fabrics Association International) / Award of Excellence – New, Unusual, and Miscellaneous Category / Outstanding Achievement Award – New, Unusual, and Miscellaneous Category / Design Award – Unusual, and Miscellaneous Category

1998: World Expo Lisbon, Portugal

1999: ISES LA-La Awards, Los Angeles (International Special Events Society) / Best Use of Balloon Décor / Best Use of Rental Equipment

2000: ISES LA-La Awards, Westie (International Special Events Society) / Best New Event Specialty Item / Best Use of Balloon Décor / IFAI International Achievement Awards (Industrial Fabrics Association International) / Outstanding Achievement Award – Interior Projects Category

2001: Hamarain Center, Dubai – Groundbreaking Ceremony

2002: IFAI International Achievement Awards (Industrial Fabrics Association International) / Outstanding Achievement Award – Banners & Flags Special or Large Scale Events / “Mega Flag” / Outstanding Achievement Award – Interactive and Cold Air Inflatables “Shorties”

2003: Pavarotti Concert, Mexicali / Hi-Lights – 3 rd Product Line Created

2004: VH1 Diva’s Event / IFAI International Achievement Awards (Industrial Fabrics Association International) / Outstanding Achievement Award – Interactive and Cold Air Inflatables “VH1 Diva Event”

2005: Induction to the Hall of Fame – Event Industry Awards, Event Solutions / MTV Movie Awards / Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards – After Party

2006: Jimmy Kimmel Show – The Flaming Lips / Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards – After Party

2007: Super Bowl XLl Halftime Show – Prince / Asahi River, Japan / Magic Awards / Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards – After Party / Spiderman 3 Movie Premiere, New York City / Volvo Debut, Tokyo

2008: CMA Awards – Martina McBride / David Tutera – “My Fair Wedding” Episode / CNN Hero Awards / Magic Awards

2009: Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards – After Party / 20th Anniversary of Miki Corp. / Magic Awards / Pasadena Convention Center – Grand Opening

2010: Ringo Starr Tour – Custom Stage Pieces / TED Conference / Paramount Studios – “Fred the Movie” Red Carpet / 75 th Anniversary of the Griffith Observatory / Despicable Me – Premiere After Party

2011: Emmys – Governors Ball / Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards – “Orange” Carpet / Missoni Awards – Rodeo Drive / David Tutera – “My Fair Wedding” Episode

2012: TED Conference / Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards – “Orange” Carpet / LA Times Travel Show / Barret Jackson – Las Vegas / Gaylord National Convention, DC

2013: Super Bowl XLVll Halftime Show – Beyoncé / Boston Marathon – Adidas Debut / Warner Brothers Studios – LA Screenings / The Voice Finally / Superman 75 th Anniversary – Warner Brothers After Party

2014: Washington Monument – Re-Opening, DC / Hollywood Burbank Airport – Grand Opening of New Building Structure / Barrett Jackson – Las Vegas / White House – Halloween Party / LA Auto Show / Latin Grammys After Party

2015: City of Los Angeles New Year’s Eve Celebration 2016 / City of Los Angeles 4 th of July Celebration / LA Auto Show

2016: City of Los Angeles New Year’s Eve Celebration 2017 / Latin Grammys After Party

2017: AirDD, LLC. / Launch of New Website and Product Lines

Our History


While studying industrial design in college, Doron Gazit made his living as a street vendor selling twisty balloons. He was playing with the balloons when he realized that the inflated twisty balloon was, in effect, a 3-dimensional line, something he could “draw” within any 3-dimensional space. This discovery sparked a long and singular career in art, design and innovation with inflatable objects.

Doron’s first invention was the Airtubes®, long, colorful air-filled tubes, which took him all over the world. He found himself at the White House, on the Los Angeles Olympics Grounds, in Tokyo, and Dubai.

There were other developments. On a small scale, Doron invented the Windtubes®, 8-foot tubes that inflate with quick hand movements and are sold as toys and promotional items. On a large scale, Doron took the basic elements of “air” and “tube” a step further, and developed the Dancing Inflatables and The Fly Guys®. The Fly Guys debuted in the 1996 Olympic Closing Ceremony as 60-foot humanoid figures that appeared to dance. AirDD holds the patent for this invention.

The  Present


Nowadays, the AirDD team of designers is continuously working on developing new and exciting designs such as our signature line of Hi-lights™ and our new stand-out system.

Looking at the company's history, the next big thing for AirDD will be written in the wind.

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Hi-Lights double as light and décor and come in many shapes and sizes.


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