- Guido Verhoef, Bahar Belisan, Willy Monroe, Balloon Crew
- 7.86 m X 9.08 m X 19.64 metre(s)
- Türkiye (Istanbul)
The largest balloon sculpture of a dinosaur measures 7.86 m X 9.08 m X 19.64 m (25 ft 9 in X 29 ft 9 in X 64 ft 5 in), achieved by 'Balloon Crew' and Guido Verhoef (Netherlands), Bahar Belisan (Turkey) and Willy Monroe (Spain), in Istanbul, Turkey, on 22 October 2020.
The sculpture - made from 150,000 biodegradable balloons - was part of a larger 'Balloon Animal Kingdom' exhibition. It took a team of 34 balloon artists and local students 2 full days to build.