Don't make the mistake of thinking that roving acts reach more people than living statues.
In many cases the audience is moving around and by staying in one place we give everyone the chance to stumble upon a magical surprise!
Almost indistinguishable from an actual bronze bust, the audience won’t believe this Old English butler is not real… until he astonishes them by popping his cork! Both stylish and hilarious, this is an ideal act for an entrance, or for any event anywhere drinks are being served!
This is a truly unique living statue, incorporating sound and special effects with a striking installation. The sound of cogwheels precedes the awakening of this toy-like 19th Century photographer. When he turns his camera to the audience and prepares to take a photo, two little doors open and out pops a whistling bird. Then as the crowning moment, a spectacular light and smoke flash burst from his hand held flash. Winner of the Championship of Living Statues, Holland.
While the crowd wonders if she is real, this stunning angel suddenly comes to life and gives them directions.
This bronze living statue plays homage to our hard working miners of old. We come across this entertaining fellow on his lucky day… he is just about to find a piece of gold!
This poor Scarecrow has issues... he has recently moved to Australia but something is not right here. Instead of scaring the birds, the birds LOVE him! He is immersed in feathered friends and a cacophony of chirping. For someone with a bird phobia this is bad news!
Often an overlooked part of an event, the guestbook now becomes a highlight. This stunningly realistic statue comes to life and interacts with his guests, encouraging them to write more thoughtful and playful comments. This special book thus becomes a memorable experience for your guests and a unique gift for a client.