FORTUNE KOOKIE FUN
Fortune Kookie has been performing and entertaining audiences of all ages since 1999.
An official entertainer for the San Francisco Chinatown Autumn Moon Festival !!!
Her high standards produce quality face painting, balloon sculptures,
and an astrological act that surpasses other entertainers.
Fully dressed in unique, impressive high quality Asian motif and accessories,
her charming and silly rapport will entertain and enchant your guests.
Other themed costumes can be arranged for any holiday or event.
Her creative face painting images include:
Fun party themes, Eastern Zodiac, Unique fantasy Full face, Partial, Cheek or Body Art.
Face Paints are hypo-allergenic and fully washable with soap and water.
How about Glitter tattoos? They’re Glamorous, Sexy, Eye Catching and last for days.
What party wouldn’t be complete without the ever popular balloon sculptures or colorful balloon décor at your venue.
She creates cute balloon hats, dogs, bears … OH My! Fantastic 50 Ft Arches, Floor bouquets, Centerpieces, Balloon drops, Unique Balloon Delivery bouquets.
Mystic Fortune Kookie will reveal personality traits and your future through an interpretation of ancient eastern astrological signs as she paints your zodiac sign on your arm or cheek. No other face painter or astrologer offers this unique combination.
Let your party be the talk of the town with Fortune Kookie on your party plan!!!
Available for Trade Shows, Press Events, Hospitality, Corporate Parties, Grand Openings,
Private Parties, Street Fairs, Festivals, Children’s Parties, Red Egg and Ginger, Father/Daughter Dances, Reunions, Proms, Walk around, holiday events: Halloween, Christmas, New Year's, Easter, 4th of July, Labor Day, Memorial Day, Columbus Day!
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On February 1-5, 2014, Korene flew out to Rochester, New York to be a crew member to build a 5 story balloon sculpture based on Jack and the Beanstalk.
Airigami's Balloon Manor 2014 a Huge Success
Five-story/50,000 balloon beanstalk drew 10,000 visitors
Korene Tom and 75 artists from around the world built a sculpture in Rochester, New York
The VERY all Tale of Jack and his Beanstalk in Rochester, New York's historic, downtown Sibley Building atrium, February 1-4, 2014. This was the long-awaited fifth Balloon Manor from Airigami, an art studio specializing in "the fine art of folding air". Founder and creative director Larry Moss says that almost 50,000 balloons were used to create the five-story sculpture.