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Somehow, More Offensive Than Skywriting

A special-effects entrepreneur from Alabama has come up with a way to fill the sky with foamy clouds as big as 4 feet across and shaped like corporate logos -- Flogos, as he calls them.

Francisco Guerra, who's also a former magician, developed a machine that produces tiny bubbles filled with air and a little helium, forms the foam into shapes and pumps them into the sky.

The Walt Disney Co. will use one of the machines next month to send clouds shaped like Mickey Mouse heads into the air at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., Guerra said.

I don't know why i feel that way. It's essentially the same thing as skywriting or planes that pull banners or blimps. *shrug*

At least moonvertising isn't real.

By min | May 7, 2008, 1:22 PM | Liberal Outrage


I'm still waiting for them to pump ads into our dreams.

Planes that pull blimps are mean.