Our most visited story last week was about an installation of 100,000 white balloons at Covent Garden in London. Stories about the child-friendly inflatables are always popular on Dezeen so we've assembled our all-time top ten balloon posts, including a bridge, an airship and a levitating bench.
Most popular ever is this not-entirely serious proposal by New York architect Tiago Barros for a transport network made up of clusters of people-carrying balloons resembling clouds.
Second most popular is this bridge held up by helium balloons, designed by French artist Olivier Grossetête.
Number three is last week's story about Charles Pétillon's Heartbeat installation in London. With 100,000 balloons, this holds the record for the sheer number of the puff-sapping rubber sacs.
Charles Pétillon is also at number four, this time with a project that involved placing constellations of the gas-filled bladders in abandoned buildings, vehicles and sports facilities.
Number five is this proposal by architect Jesse Lockhart-Krause for a swing suspended from a hot-air balloon moored in a New York park.
Number six is this series of porcelain vases by Swedish designer Jomi Evers Solheim, who used water-filled balloons as moulds.
Visitors to Korea's National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art last year were treated to a landscape of giant inflatable mushrooms, in our seventh most popular balloon post of all time.
How better to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall than with an installation of balloons? Eight thousand of the bubbles traced the former route of the wall in our eighth most popular post.
At number nine is this bench by Japanese studio h220430, which appears to be kept off the ground by bunches of, you guessed it, balloons. The same designers also created a chair that employs the same anti-gravity principles.
Rounding off our top ten is the carbon-fibre Balloon Chair by Marcel Wanders, which is designed to look as if it was made out of the balloons that party entertainers use to make model sausage dogs, and is probably almost as light.